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Luka Rogoznica

Luka Rogoznica

Characteristics

Description

The municipal harbour, in front of the town, on the island, has a part reserved for fishing boats.

Tel: O22 559900
Fax: 559932

8/08/2011
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Luka Rogoznica
2011:08:07 18:00:56
8/08/2011
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JB06
Luka Rogoznica
Luka Rogoznica
Fishing harbor. Clear water.
April 2017
7/07/2017
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Anonymous
Le port municipal, face à la ville, sur l'île, est réservé, pour une partie aux bateaux de pêche.

Tel: O22 559900
Fax: 559932

8/08/2011
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Localisation

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Sites around Luka Rogoznica
Flying distances - Direct line

North Rt Gradina Rogoznica

0.2nm
241°
Mooring buoys (not free) at the south of the Marina.
9 Aug 11

NE Rogoznica

0.3nm
14°
Anchoring facility NE of Rogoznica close to the road connecting the island to the main land.
9 Aug 11

Uvala Kakola

0.4nm
263°
Mouillage par 10m de fond, protégé du nord et bien ouvert au sud.
9 Aug 11

Frapa marina Rogoznica

0.3nm
320°
The marina is located in the cove to the W of the bay.
Good protection.
Tel: +385 22 559900
Fax: +385 22 559932
Mail: marina-frapa@si.tel.hr
300 b (<80 m)
150Dry-b.
16 Aug 11

Rt Konj Rogoznica

0.8nm
230°
Rt Konj, 35m high, is located 0.6 mile N of Rt Movar and is the NW extremity of a small promontory.It is Rogoznica Uvala's entry.
8 Aug 11

Otocic Smokvica Vela and Mala

1.2nm
239°
Otocic Smokvica Vela and Mala lies 0.5 mile NW of Rt Movar. A small islet and several rocks lie on a shoal bank which extends up to about 0.5 mile NNE of the N end of this islet.
8 Aug 11

Uvala Stupin Rogoznica

1nm
42°
Possibility to anchor in this bay at the bottom of Rogoznica by 8/10m. Good shelter conditions.
8 Aug 11

Rt Ploca

1.9nm
179°
Rt Ploca, located 3 miles NW of Otocic Arkandel and marked by a light, is a steep headland which consists of whitish rock. It is surmounted by the conspicuous ruins of a chapel and fringed by rocks.
A hill, standing 0.8 mile NNW of the headland, is prominent from seaward because ...
16 Aug 11

Luka Grebastica

6.6nm
351°
Grebastica is an inlet of 3 NM long, at 3 NM N of Primosten. Luka Grebastica is bordered on the N by Ostrica peninsula on which a wall was built to defend the village from the Turks.The breeze blows in the afternoon in the bay and there are only two sheltered anchorages. The ...
21 Jun 11

Rt Movar

1.3nm
210°
Rt Movar, a round hilly headland, is located 4.5 miles NW of the W entrance to Drvenicki Kanal which leads E to Split.
The coast to the N of this headland is considerably indented, bordered by numerous islets and shoals, and is backed by bare and rugged mountainous terrain.
16 Aug 11

Uvala Kanica

1.8nm
154°
Important bay of two coves. The NW one offers in the bottom fiew places to anchor. The middle is quite deep, you have to anchor on the sides and secure ashore.
16 Aug 11

Otocic Melevrin

2.1nm
165°
Otocic Melevrin, over which the sea often breaks, lies 0.5 mile ESE of Rt Ploca.
16 Aug 11
Local Area

Uvala Rogoznica

Wide bay sheltered from all winds, with multiple opportunities for mooring anchor. A marina excellent high-end with all services but expensive.
In the middle of the bay lies the island, connected to the mainland by a causeway, on which the village of Rogoznica is built. An old ...
8 Aug 11

Šibensko-kninska županija (Šibenik-Knin County)

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3 Aug 11

Dalmacija (Dalmatie)

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28 Mar 11

Croatia

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19 Aug 11

Adriatic East

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30 Jul 11

Adriatic Sea

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16 Jul 12
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