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Luka Omis

Luka Omis



Omis is a small town and a harbour located at the mouth of the river Cetina.
The city is easily identifiable by the broad gorges of the river Cetina and the fortifications on the rocks.
The port is at the bottom of the bay to the east of the river mouth.
Coming from the SE, stay at least 0.2 NM from the coast.
Approaching from the W, attention to advanced rocky Dugi Rat (S cardinal buoy with fire), to the W of the advance.
Omitted from buoy up from the coast is very shallow as 0.3 nm.
There are several yellow buoys on the line of 5 m between Dugi Rat and the river entrance. Leave the wreck and buoy to port well in approaching the port.
We moored at the pier of the port where we anchored off the port by 5-6 m.
Can moor at the mouth of the river by 3 m or near the road bridge down by 5 m.
The port is exposed to S and W.
In the river proper protection.
Luka Omis
Luka Omis
Omis est une petite ville et un port situé aux bouches de la rivière Cetina.

La ville est facilement identifiable du large par les gorges spectaculaires de la rivière Cetina et les fortifications sur les rochers.

Le port est au fond de la baie, à l'E de l'embouchure de la rivière.

En venant par le SE, rester à au moins 0,2 NM de la côte.
En approchant par l'W, attention à l'avancée rocheuse de Dugi Rat (bouée cardinale S avec feu), à l'W de l'avancée.
De la bouée jusqu'à Omis, à partir de la côte c'est très peu profond jusqu'à 0,3 NM.
Il y a plusieurs bouées jaunes sur la ligne des 5 m entre Dugi Rat et l'entrée de la rivière. Laisser l'épave et la bouée bien à bâbord en approchant du port.

On s'amarre à l'appontement du port ou on mouille devant le port par 5 à 6 m.
On peut s'amarrer à l'entrée de la rivière par 3 m ou près du pont routier bas par 5 m.

Le port est exposé au S et à l'W.
Dans la rivière bonne protection.

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