Sailing Guide

Luka Susak

Luka Susak

Characteristics

Description

The steeple of the village church to locate the port.
Areas of shallow overflow points N and S of the harbor.
The submerged ruins of the old breakwater extending into the NE of the end of the pier in ruins are a danger to the harbor entrance.

There are less than 1.5 m of water on these "pitfalls".
The handle of the S port is shallow.
The port is very popular with tour boats, and during the day, it may even be impossible to enter.
The large open bay on N, about 1 / 2 M in the E port is an ideal anchorage to spend the lunch hour, sandy bottom of resilience.
In the port protection is good except when I wind. Do not try to return to port by strong NE wind.
31/07/2011
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Jojo
Luka Susak
16/07/2008
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Le clocher de l'église du village permet de localiser le port.

Des zones de hauts-fonds débordent des pointes N et S du port.

Les ruines submergées du vieux brise-lames s'étendant dans le NE de l'extrémité du môle en ruines constituent un danger à l'entrée du port.

Il y a moins de 1,5 m d'eau sur ces "écueils".
L'anse du S du port est peu profonde.

Le port est très fréquenté par les bateaux d'excursion, et pendant la journée, il peut même s'avérer impossible d'y pénétrer.
La grande baie ouverte au N, à environ 1/2 M dans l'E du port constitue un mouillage idéal pour y passer l'heure du déjeuner, fond de sable de bonne tenue.
Dans le port la protection est bonne sauf en cas de vent d'E. Il ne faut pas essayer de rentrer dans le port par fort vent de NE.
31/07/2011
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Jojo
Luka Susak
16/07/2008
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Localisation

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Sites around Luka Susak
Flying distances - Direct line

Otok Unije

8.1nm
345°
Otok Unije, a long and irregular shaped island, lies with Rt Vnetak, its SW extremity, located 7 miles NNW of Otok Susak and at W from N O. Losinj from it is separated by Unijski Kanal.
The island consists of a chain of partly wooded hills and the summit, 132m high, stands in the ...
31 Jul 11

Olipski Kanal

19nm
111°
Olipski Kanal leads NNW between the E side of Otok Silba and the W side of Otok Olib and merges into the N end of Pohlipski Kanal.
This channel is deep and has a minimum navigable width of 0.7 mile. It is often used by vessels proceeding to and from Zadar.
Good anchorage is ...
18 Sep 11

Otok Olib Zadar

21nm
110°
Otok Olib is located E of O. Silba. It belongs to Zadar archipelago.The island has been inhabited since Roman times. The residents bought their island in 1900. The only village on the island was established around the port.
To the east of the island you will find some small hidden ...
27 Jul 11

Kvarnerica Vrata

14nm
112°
Kvarnericka Vrata, 5 miles wide, is the principal channel leading between the open sea and the S part of Mali Kvarneric. It lies between Otok Premuda and Otok Silba, on the S side, and Otok Ilovik, on the N side.
4 Aug 11

Otok Premuda Zadar

17nm
128°
Premuda is located northwest of Otok Skarda which it is separated by a channel about 0.9 m wide (Premuda Vrata). The tips of each side of the channel are overwhelmed shoals and should not be approached too closely.
The coast is home to 2 W moorings and a small port and there is ...
17 Sep 11

Otocici Srakane

3.9nm
Otocici Srakane, consisting of two narrow islets, extends up to 3.7 miles SE of the SE extremity of Otok Unije.
These islets are partly wooded and steep-to.
Hrid Silo lies close SE of the SE islet.
A light is shown from a prominent structure, 10m high, standing on this rock.
1 Aug 11

Medulinski Zaljev

23nm
317°
This area is located between Cape Kamenjak SW Marler and heading to the N.
Seven small islands surrounded by rocks and shoals dot the entrance Medulinski Zaljev.
Four tags indicate isolated rocks in the W of the bay, their presence is uncertain.The chanel between Rt Munat et ...
26 Mar 11

Otok Silba

18nm
115°
Silba is a small island, 8 km long where  there are no vehicles and no hotels. Inhabited since Roman times, the Latin "silva" (forest) which gave its name to the island is covered with trees.On the island there are shops, restaurants and taverns, caffe bars, post office, ...
27 Jul 11

Uvala Porat (Susak)

0.9nm
291°
Located on the NW coast of Susak, it is a good shelter for Bora.
We anchor by 3 m on sandy bottom.
Uvala Porat N is protected from the SE by E. It is exposed to the winds and the seas of W.
31 Jul 11

Kanal Vela Vrata

37nm
356°
Kanal Vela Vrata connects the N end of Kvarner to Rijecki Zaliv and leads between the N end of Otok Cres, on the E side, and the mainland coast, on the W side.
The channel is deep and clear, the bottom being formed of mud.
31 Jul 11

Rt Prostina à Rt Od Volam

28nm
314°
Rt Prostina is located at the end of Fasanski Kanal and is the N point of Luka Pula entrance.
There are few bays between Rt Prostina and Rt Od Volam that defines N Premantura Peninsula.
2 Sep 11

Zaljev Rasa

30nm
340°
The large natural inlet Zaljev Rasa offers the best protection of all sectors of the entire E coast of Istria, while the Bora blows strongly here. This bay is sinking into the earth near 6M, between Rt Ubac and Rt Mulac. The Rijeka Rasa flows into the bottom, creating a current that ...
5 Sep 11
Local Area

Otok Susak

Otok Susak is located about 5,5 NM at W from the S coast of O. Losinj.
Its extremities are fronted by shallow banks.

The top of the island has a lighthouse whose focus is 100 m above the level of the sea.
The village and port are located in Uvala Dragoca on the NE coast of the island.
31 Jul 11

Kvarner

The Kvarner Gulf is located between Dalmatia and Istria. The mountain of Velebit and mountain Ucka contain this region of the cold north winds, and provide him a very pleasant climate in summer.
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Croatia

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Adriatic East

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30 Jul 11

Adriatic Sea

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Méditerranée - Mediterranean

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