The largest city of Makarska Riviera is the city that gave its name to the stretch of coastline from Grac up Brela and Riviera itself: Makarska. One enters the natural harbor between two rocky headlands separated by only 0.2 nm. It is well protected but the swell caused by the ferry and tour boats are not very pleasant. The town of Makarska is remarkable wide. Lighthouse Rt Sv Petar, NW tip of Poluotok SV Petar and the satellite dish on the S Rt Osejava identify the port. The entrance is flanked by red cliffs. At approximately 1.5 nm SW of the entrance, there is a buoy without light indicating the end of a submarine cable. We moored at the wharf, avoiding the ferry berth. You can also go to the Yacht Club at Port NW. It can also anchor in the SE part of the port by 5 m, with a line ashore in case of Bora. Good protection except the SW.
La plus grande
ville de la riviera de Makarska est la ville
qui a donné son nom à la partie du littoral allant de Grac jusqu'à Brela et à
la riviera elle-même: Makarska.
On entre dans le port naturel entre deux caps rocheux séparés d'à peine 0,2 NM.
Il est bien abrité mais le ressac causé par le Ferry et les bateaux d'excursion n'est pas très agréable.
La ville de Makarska est remarquable du large. Le phare de Rt Sv. Petar, la pointe NW de Poluotok SV Petar et l'antenne satellite sur Rt Osejava au S permettent d'identifier l'entrée du port. L'entrée est bordée de chaque côté de falaises rouges. A environ 1,5 NM au SW de l'entrée, il y a une bouée sans feu indiquant l'extrémité d'un câble sous-marin.
On s'amarre au quai en évitant le poste d'amarrage du Ferry. On peut aussi aller au Yacht-club au NW du port.
On peut aussi mouiller dans la partie SE du port par 5 m, en portant une amarre à terre en cas de Bora.
Bonne protection sauf du SW.
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