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Luka Rasline P Jezero

Luka Rasline P Jezero

Characteristics

Description

Raslina is a small farming village with a port on the coast W of Lake Jezero Prukljansko, N of the SW entrance of the lake.
From the attention to the S cardinal buoy E without fire, halfway between the entrance of SW P. Jezero and Raslina. Funds between the tag and the port are less than 3 m in places.
Approaching the N, there are some rocks near the shore of Lake W and rocks and shoals near the shore NE.
On the direct route from Skradin, there is no danger.

We moored at the N breakwater or the S breakwater.
You can anchor in the cove just N of the port of Raslina by 3-8 m.

Good shelter.

11/08/2011
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Luka Rasline P Jezero
Anchoring in the cove N to the port
2011:08:11 06:16:38
11/08/2011
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Luka Rasline P Jezero
Rasline port
2011:08:11 06:16:51
11/08/2011
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Rasline est un petit village agricole avec un port situé sur la côte W du lac Prukljansko Jezero, au N de l'entrée SW du lac.

En venant par le S attention à la bouée cardinale E sans feu, à mi-chemin entre l’entrée SW de P. Jezero et Rasline. Les fonds entre la balise et le port sont de moins de 3 m par endroits.
En approchant par le N, il y a quelques rochers près de la rive W du lac et des rochers et des hauts-fonds près de la rive NE.
Sur la route directe depuis Skradin, il n'y a pas de danger.

On s'amarre au brise-lames N ou au brise-lames S.
On peut mouiller dans la crique juste au N du port de Rasline, par 3 à 8 m.

Bonne protection à Rasline.

4/07/2011
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