The small village of Mimice is on the shore of Bracki Kanal, 11 km from Omis and 25 km from Makarska. Her little crowded harbor offers some protection. Rocks are near the coast, 1 NM E and 0.7 NM W of the port. A wreck lies at the W Brcanceva Rt. We moored alongside the breakwater along the space available or we take a line anchored to the breakwater. Funding is from 3m to the end and middle of the dam and 1 m at its origin. Good shelter in summer.
Le petit village de Mimice se trouve sur la rive N du Bracki Kanal, à 11 km d'Omis et à 25 km de Makarska. Son petit port bondé offre une certaine protection.
Des rochers se trouvent près de la côte, à 1 NM à l'E et à 0,7 NM à l'W du port. Une épave se trouve à l'W devant Rt Brcanceva.
On s'amarre le long du brise-lames suivant la place disponible ou on mouille en portant une amarre au brise-lames. Les fonds sont de 3m à l'extrémité et au milieu de la digue et à 1 m à son origine.
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