Located where the islands of Cres and Losinj are separated only by a narrow channel (Kanal Losinjski) spanned by a swing bridge low-rise, which opens two times daily, at 9 am and 17 pm Access is not recommended by Bora or Sirocco strong. You can anchor and take a line ashore in the small bay of Uvala Bijar, N of Osor. The funds are too high and steep that it wets only its anchor. Do not tighten too close to the point N (fire) to avoid a rock spur. It is possible to moor along the quay in the N input N channel. There are more than 3 m of water. It is possible to anchor the S at the edge of the channel or anchor and take a line on the wedge launch. Protected from all winds. The dock N of the channel is exposed to winds from the N and NW. The locations of the S channel are exposed to wind and the sea of SE.
Situé à l'endroit où les îles de Cres et de Losinj ne sont séparées que par un étroit canal (Losinjski Kanal) enjambé par un pont tournant de faible hauteur, qui s'ouvre 2 fois par jour, à 9h et à 17 h.
L'accès est déconseillé par Bora ou Sirocco forts.
On peut mouiller en portant une amarre à terre dans la petite baie d'Uvala Bijar, au N d'Osor. Les fonds sont trop importants et pentus pour que l'on mouille seulement sur son ancre.
Il ne faut pas serrer de trop près la pointe N (feu) pour éviter une avancée rocheuse.
Il est possible de s'amarrer le long du quai N dans l'entrée au N du canal. Il y a plus de 3 m d'eau. Il est possible de mouiller au S, au bord du chenal ou de mouiller en portant une amarre sur la cale de mise à l'eau.
Protégé de tous les vents. Le quai au N du canal est exposé aux vents du N et NW. Les emplacements au S du canal sont exposés au vent et à la mer de SE.
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(bora) in the Gulf of Kvarner and the Velebit channel. Other winds are
more "lenient" but their strength varies in intensity from north to
south along the coast. For
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