Sailing Guide

Luka Srebreno

Luka Srebreno

Characteristics

Description

Srebreno, South Dalmatia, is located on the Zupski Zaljev N, 10 kilometres southeast of the city of Dubrovnik. It has a small port for docking small boats.

Mooring along the quay or anchor in the bay.

Open to the SW and NE winds.

15/04/2011
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Luka Srebreno
15/04/2011
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Jojo
Srebreno, au S de la Dalmacie, est situé au N de Zupski Zaljev, à 10 km au SE de Dubrovnik. Elle a un petit port pour petits bateaux.

S'amarrer le long du quai ou ancrer dans la baie.

Ouverte au SW et Ne.

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Localisation

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Flying distances - Direct line

Otok Sipan

15nm
294°
It is the largest and most populated island of the group Elafiten. It rises to 234 m at its N and a prominent hill rises 224 m NW of the SE end.
Ruda is a small island that is 0.5 M SE of the NE extremity of the island and Misnjaka, 13 m high, lies close off the NW extremity.
...
16 Apr 11

Zupski Zaliv

1.2nm
149°
Zupski Zaliv is entered between Rt Sustjepan and Rt Pelegrin, 2.5 miles NW. The E and SE shores of this bay are backed by mountains, but a valley through which a river flows lies within the N shore.
Malastica, 628m high, stands 1 mile N of the bay. This hill has a somewhat sharp ...
13 Apr 11

Otocic Cavtatski Grebeni

2.4nm
188°
Otocic Cavtatski Grebeni, a group of islets and above-water rocks, lies up to 2 miles W of Rt Sustjepan, on a line NW-SE parallel to the coast.
Otocic Mrkan, the largest islet, is 65m high and appears dark from seaward.
NW is the island Bobara.
Between the two islands are ...
14 Apr 11

Tivaski Zaliv

23nm
119°
The middle bay of Boka Kotorska, is connected to Topaljski Zaliv by Kumborski Strait, a deep passage.
This bay is steep and rocky on its S side, but the NE and NW shores, which are backed by mountains, are low and cultivated.
Uvala Kukuljina and UvalaKrtole, separated from each ...
12 Apr 11

Otocic Supetar - Hr Superka

1.7nm
169°
The island of Supetar and the shoal with a rock discovered, halfway between Supetar and extend the course to 0.7 NM NW of Rt Sv Rok.
Do not get too close to the island because of the rocks that surround it.
Island Supetar is 8 m high and a prominent building rises to its summit.
Hr ...
14 Apr 11

Plicina Seka Velika

2.1nm
171°
 Seka Velika is about 0.4 M NW of the port of Cavtat. It is indicated by a tag and a fire.
14 Apr 11

Plicina Seka Mala

2.2nm
164°
Plicina Seka Mala is a shoal less than 2 m, located about 0.15 NM Fire Rt Sv Rok and extends slightly more than 0.1 NM in the W Cape Rt Sv Rok.
14 Apr 11

Rt Sustjepan - Rt Rat

2.3nm
162°
Rt Sustjepan (42°35'N., 18°13'E.), 49m high, is the NW extremity of a narrow projection which extends 1 mile NW from the coast.Rt Rat is the NW extremity of a similar projection, 42m high, located 0.3 mile NE. Cavtatska Luka, an inlet, is entered between these points; the town of ...
13 Apr 11

Hrid Sustjepan

2.5nm
167°
Rock discovered submerged rocks in its N, from 0.2 M W of Rt Sustjepan.
14 Apr 11

Uvala Luka Cavtat

2.5nm
163°
The small town of Cavtat is located 19 km southeast of Dubrovnik.
It is built on the peninsula of Rat (or peninsula St Roch) between two bays: Uvala Luka which separates the peninsula Sustjepan and uvala Tiha NE. Both bays are facing the island Supetar.Approaching Cavtat by the ...
14 Apr 11

Otok Lokrum

3.4nm
275°
Lokrum Otok Island is a 89 m high, located S of Dubrovnik, 3 NM WNW of Rt Pelegrin, the entry point of W Zupski Zaliv.
This wooded island, dark green has two peaks. Of SW it appears as two islands. The ruins of a fort located on the top N and S amounts to a monastery on the flat ...
14 Apr 11

Uvala Tiha Cavtat

2.5nm
156°
Access to the Bay Tiha coming from S, is passing midway between O. Mrkan and the mainland, leaving Plicina Seka Velika starboard before turning NE. Pass midway between the cape and the S of rock discovered in Supetar.
From the N, go to E O. Supetar avoiding the rock and the shoal ...
14 Apr 11
Local Area

Zupski Zaliv

Zupski Zaliv is entered between Rt Sustjepan and Rt Pelegrin, 2.5 miles NW. The E and SE shores of this bay are backed by mountains, but a valley through which a river flows lies within the N shore.
Malastica, 628m high, stands 1 mile N of the bay. This hill has a somewhat sharp ...
13 Apr 11

Dubrovačko-neretvanska županija (Dubrovnik–Neretva County)

Southern Dalmatia, including Dubrovnik Neretva County and are separated from the rest of Southern Dalmatia, including Dubrovnik Neretva County is separated from the rest of Croatia by a Bosnian coast of 4 km long that extends around Neum. Even though there are control points through ...
4 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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