The city is virtually invisible Okuklje wide, it is 10 km E of Sobra. The shape of the bay is almost closed Okuklje and is a good anchorage, protected from all sectors. At the entrance of Luka Okuklje, fire on the tip to the W of Rt Stoba appears. Stay in the middle of the entrance, then go to the Rock N wearing a tag. Can moor at quai at NE Bay, but it is very crowded by local boats. You can anchor W of the tag by 5 m.
La ville d'Okuklje est quasiment invisible du large, elle est à 10 km à l'E de Sobra. La forme de la baie d'Okuklje est presque fermée et constitue un lieu de mouillage bien protégé de tous secteurs.
A l'entrée de Luka Okuklje, le feu sur la pointe à l'W de Rt Stoba apparaît. Rester au milieu de l'entrée, puis passer au N du rocher portant une balise.
On peut s'amarrer au quai au NE de la baie, mais celui-ci est très encombré par les bateaux locaux.
On peut mouiller à l'W de la balise par 5 m.
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more "lenient" but their strength varies in intensity from north to
south along the coast. For
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