Located in the Bay Stipanja, about 1.5 NM of Crikvenica (mainland). The bay is protected from the E. The small harbor and the village of Shiloh is located at the entrance to the bay. T. (+385) 051 85 21 10 100 b. (<20 m) Anchor by 2.5 m inside the dock. We can anchor in the SE corner by 4-8 m. Bay exposed to winds from the N and NW.
Situé dans la baie Stipanja, à environ 1,5 M de Crikvenica (sur le continent). La baie est protégée de l'E. Le petit port et le village de Silo est situé à l'entrée de la baie.
T. (+385) 051 85 21 10
100 pl. (<20 m)
On mouille par 2,5 m à l'intérieur du quai.
On peut mouiller dans l'angle SE par 4 à 8 m.
Baie exposée au vents du N et NW.
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