The city and port, well sheltered, are located in the NE corner of Big Bay Komiza on the coast of W O. Vis. The breakwater of the harbor is obvious with the light at its end. Approaching from the N, go to the W of the island of Mali Barjak which carries a light. NW are Plicina Seget (10.4 m) and Plicina Ploca (9.7 m), these shoals are surrounded by large funds. Approaching from the E and S, N Cape Stupisce near the coast there is a rock under 3 feet of water. The harbor and anchorage in the NE corner of the bay offers good shelter except from W and SW winds. Komiza is a port of entry in the summer.
La ville et le port, bien abrité se trouvent dans l'angle NE de la grande baie Komiza, sur la côte W d'O. Vis.
Le brise-lames du port se voit bien avec le feu à son extrémité.
En approchant par le N, passer à l'W de l'île de Mali Barjak qui porte un feu. Au NW se trouvent Plicina Seget (10,4 m) et Plicina Ploca (9,7 m), ces hauts-fonds sont entourés de fonds importants. En approchant par l'E et le S, au N du cap Stupisce, près de la côte il y a un rocher sous 3 m d'eau.
Le port et le mouillage dans l'angle NE de la baie offrent un bon abri sauf des vents d'W et SW.
Komiza est un port d'entrée en été.
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