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Luka Komiza Vis

Luka Komiza Vis



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.
Luka Komiza Vis
Luka Komiza Vis
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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