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Luka Prigradica Korcula

Luka Prigradica Korcula



Prigradica is a small fishing village N of Korcula, near Blato.
At the bottom of the bay is a small harbor for small boats near the beach. At the entrance of the bay breakwater and docks can provide shelter from W to E through S.
Arriving N Otocic Plocida (about 4 NM N) has a dangerous rock near its end which we must be careful.
At E Hrid Blaca rock at 0.2 NM from the coast is marked by a tag without fire. At about 1 NM E of Prigradica, Hrid Naplovci (group of rocks below) runs parallel to the coast. You have to go to the N of it.
We can moor to the breakwater.
Attention, it is forbidden to anchor S of the port and most of the rest of the port is too deep to anchor.
Prigradica est un petit village de pêcheurs situé au N de Korcula, près de Blato.

Au fond de la baie se trouve un petit port pour petites embarcations, à côté d'une plage. A l'entrée de la baie un brise-lames et des quais peuvent  procurer un abri de l'W à l'E en passant par le S.

En arrivant du N Otocic Plocida (environ 4 NM au N) a un dangereux rocher près de son extrémité SE auquel il faut prendre garde.
A l'E, Hrid Blaca, rocher à 0,2 NM de la côte est signalé par une balise sans feu. A environ 1 NM à l'E de Prigradica, Hridi Naplovci (groupe de rochers bas) s'étend parallèlement à la côte. Il faut passer au N de celui-ci.

On peut s'amarrer au brise-lames.

Attention, il est interdit de mouiller dans la partie S du port et la plus grande partie du reste du port est trop profonde pour mouiller.

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