This small town is near the end of Kanal Malog Stone, on the Peljesac peninsula. The channel leading to Mali Ston has several areas of rocks and shoals on either side, but it is well marked with lights. There are at least 3 m depth in the channel. A small town bordering the port at the bottom of the bay. Can moor at the wharf near the tower by 2 to 2.5 m, attention inside the dock is unhealthy. We can anchor in the harbor by 4 m. Good protection. The port was built on the model of the old port of Dubrovnik galley, with three arsenals for warships.
Cette petite ville se trouve près de l'extrémité du Kanal Malog Stona, sur la péninsule de Peljesac.
Le chenal menant à Mali Ston a plusieurs rochers et zones de hauts-fonds de chaque côté, mais il est bien balisé avec des feux. Il y a au moins 3 m de fond dans le chenal.
Un petit port borde la petite ville, au fond de la baie.
On peut s'amarrer au quai près de la tour par 2 à 2,5 m, attention l'intérieur du quai est malsain. On peut mouiller au N du port par 4 m.
Le port a été construit sur le modèle du vieux port des galères de Dubrovnik, avec trois arsenaux pour les navires de guerre.
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