Malinska is a small resort located southeast of the large bay Malinska Sidriste. The shore of the bay to the port S is relatively shallow. The entry of Malinska is located between the knuckle of a large rock breakwater at the W and SE Mole.
Several rows of private moorings are positioned between the outer breakwater and the old harbor. In the entrance, you pass N of black bass in the SE of the port indicates a shoal.
The protection is good in all directions except the W and NW. T. (+385) 051 85 93 46 50 pl. (<20 m)
Malinska est un petit village de vacances situé au SE de la grande baie Sidriste Malinska.
Le rivage de la baie au S du port est relativement peu profond.
L'entrée de Malinska se trouve entre le musoir d'un large brise-lames en enrochement à l'W et un môle au SE.
Plusieurs rangées de corps-morts privés sont disposées entre le brise-lames extérieur et celui du vieux port. Dans l'entrée, on passe au N d'une perche noire dans le SE du port signale un haut-fond.
La protection est bonne dans toutes les directions sauf de l'W et du NW. T. (+385) 051 85 93 46 50 pl. (<20 m)
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