Little Harbour Ferries on the NE coast Canal Velebitska. Open it offers limited protection but can be a useful stop for supplies. The city with its bell tower is remarkable by far. Approach: no danger from the S. From the N, various shoals and rocks extend in places up to 0.3 M in NW Karlobag. There are three docks at Karlobag, you must moor alongside the central platform by 3-2 m. You can anchor with 12/18 m in the small cove to the east of the city. The cove is protected from NW to E. by N.
Petit port de Ferries sur la côte NE du canal de Velebitski. Ouvert il offre une protection limitée mais peut être une halte utile pour s'approvisionner.
La ville avec son clocher est remarquable de loin.
Approche: aucun danger en venant du S. En venant du N, divers hauts-fonds et rochers s'étendent par endroits jusqu'à 0,3 M au NW de Karlobag.
Il y a 3 quai à Karlobag, il faut s'amarrer le long du quai central par 3 à 2 m. On peut mouiller par 12/18 m dans la petite anse à l'E de la ville. L'anse est protégée du NW à l'E par le N.
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post office, ...
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Winds:Do not underestimate the winds, especially bura
(bora) in the Gulf of Kvarner and the Velebit channel. Other winds are
more "lenient" but their strength varies in intensity from north to
south along the coast. For
example, the "Mistral" (Mistral) which is especially nice ...
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strength and affects the Adriatic Sea in the cool season. It is much
less frequent and generally much weaker in summer. This wind is felt
strongly along both sides of the Adriatic and is especially ...
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