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Luka Papranika (Silba)

Luka Papranika (Silba)

Characteristics

Description

Quiet bay on the coast W of the island of Silba.
At the bottom a small pebble beach with a small port to starboard on entering, reserved for small fishing boats because of its shallow depth.
We anchored on the bottom of rocks and grass by 5 m deep.
The bay is protected from W to E by N, but is exposed to S.
There are sea urchins.
27/07/2011
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Jojo
Baie tranquille sur la côte W de l'île de Silba.

Au fond une petite plage de galets avec un petit port sur tribord en entrant, réservé aux petits bateaux de pêcheur en raison de sa faible profondeur.
On mouille sur fond de roches et d'herbe par 5 m de fond.
La baie est protégée de l'W à l'E par le N mais est exposée au S.

On y trouve des oursins.
27/07/2011
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Jojo
Luka Papranika (Silba)
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Sites around Luka Papranika (Silba)
Flying distances - Direct line

Olipski Kanal

2.4nm
90°
Olipski Kanal leads NNW between the E side of Otok Silba and the W side of Otok Olib and merges into the N end of Pohlipski Kanal.
This channel is deep and has a minimum navigable width of 0.7 mile. It is often used by vessels proceeding to and from Zadar.
Good anchorage is ...
18 Sep 11

Otok Olib Zadar

4.2nm
93°
Otok Olib is located E of O. Silba. It belongs to Zadar archipelago.The island has been inhabited since Roman times. The residents bought their island in 1900. The only village on the island was established around the port.
To the east of the island you will find some small hidden ...
27 Jul 11

Otok Silba

0.6nm
140°
Silba is a small island, 8 km long where  there are no vehicles and no hotels. Inhabited since Roman times, the Latin "silva" (forest) which gave its name to the island is covered with trees.On the island there are shops, restaurants and taverns, caffe bars, post office, ...
27 Jul 11

Otok Premuda Zadar

4.2nm
217°
Premuda is located northwest of Otok Skarda which it is separated by a channel about 0.9 m wide (Premuda Vrata). The tips of each side of the channel are overwhelmed shoals and should not be approached too closely.
The coast is home to 2 W moorings and a small port and there is ...
17 Sep 11

Kvarnerica Vrata

3.2nm
303°
Kvarnericka Vrata, 5 miles wide, is the principal channel leading between the open sea and the S part of Mali Kvarneric. It lies between Otok Premuda and Otok Silba, on the S side, and Otok Ilovik, on the N side.
4 Aug 11

Kanal Nove Povljane Vir

18nm
102°
Kanal Nove Povljane, entered between Otok Vir and the SE end of Otok Pag, leads 5 miles SE into Ninski Zaliv.
Shoals at the inner end of this channel restrict the fairway to a width of about 250m, with a controlling depth of 8m. Vessels with a draft of over 6m are advised not to ...
23 Jul 11

Rivanjski Kanal

19nm
134°
Rivanjski Kanal continues NW from the N end of Srednji Kanal and leads between Otok Rivanj andOtok Sestrunj.
It is generally used by vessels proceeding between Srednji and Zadarski Kanals.
Otocic Tri Sestrice, a group of islets and rocks, extend up to 2 miles NW of Rt Zanavin, ...
9 Sep 11

Otok Ist Zadar

8nm
154°
The island, part of the archipelago of Zadar, is located northwest of Otok Molat which it is separated by the channel prolaz Zapuntel (narrow channel with a minimum depth of 6 m).
Otok Ist to the shape of a butterfly with two bays that enter the island on the coast NW and SE.
Ist ...
26 Jul 11

Otok Vir

17nm
106°
The island of Vir is one of the 300 islands of Zadar archipelago.
Vir island is located SW Pag, it is 25 kilometers north of Zadar and it has an area of 22.38 square kilometers. It rises gently from the sea to a bare and double summit, (Bandira) 112m high, with reminds of fort.
A ...
22 Jul 11

Brguljski Zaljev (Molat)

12nm
144°
This is the stretch of sea that penetrates Molat of nearly 2.5 million towards the NW and offers many opportunities for moorings.By SW, be careful when approaching the zone of shoals and islets in front of the bottom edge NW of Dugi Otok.
Coming from the SW, the channel prolaz ...
13 Sep 11

Sidriste Zalic ( Luka Zalic) ( Silba)

1nm
159°
Bay on the coast of W O. Silba.
There is a dock in the bay where you can moor.
Ferry uses the end of the platform. Funds right of the wharf are from 1 m to 4 m at the beginning to the end.
The dock provides a safe haven by Bora.
27 Jul 11

Luka Silba

1.2nm
135°
Pretty busy port, which fills up quickly in the afternoon. Always moor from the front and not ass in the harbor, shallow.
The protection is good except of NE (Bora)
   T. (+385) 023 37 00 47
   100 pl. (<30 m)
Many boats spend the night at anchor ...
27 Jul 11
Local Area

Otok Silba

Silba is a small island, 8 km long where  there are no vehicles and no hotels. Inhabited since Roman times, the Latin "silva" (forest) which gave its name to the island is covered with trees.On the island there are shops, restaurants and taverns, caffe bars, post office, ...
27 Jul 11

Zadarska županija (Zadar county)

Zadar county, extends from S island Pag on north to town Drage on the south.This county has been inhabitated since antiquity and has many historic monuments.Zadar is center of N Dalmatia,  it is situated on peninsula, protecting one of the largest natural Adriatic harbours. It ...
3 Aug 11

Dalmacija (Dalmatie)

Dalmatia (Croatian Dalmacija, Italian Dalmazzia) is a coastal region of Croatia along the Adriatic, stretching from the island of Pag in the northwest, the Bay of Kotor (Montenegro) to the south East.
It extends 350 km along the east coast of the Adriatic Sea about 60 km wide, ...
28 Mar 11

Croatia

Winds:Do not underestimate the winds, especially bura (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 example, the "Mistral" (Mistral) which is especially nice ...
19 Aug 11

Adriatic East

Winds—WeatherBora is the name of the cold and dry NE or N wind which blows with great strength and affects the Adriatic Sea in the cool season. It is much less frequent and generally much weaker in summer. This wind is felt strongly along both sides of the Adriatic and is especially ...
30 Jul 11

Adriatic Sea

The Adriatic Sea is a body of water separating the Italian Peninsula from the Balkan peninsula, and is a part of the Mediterranean Sea. The western coast is Italian, while the eastern coast runs mostly along Croatia, but lesser parts belong to Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, ...
16 Jul 12
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