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Luka Vrulje (Kornat)

Luka Vrulje (Kornat)

Characteristics

Description

Vrulje bay is divided in two branche, W one and E one with a small seasonal settlement.
Vrulje Vrulje takes its name from an underwater source in the W of the bay. The pretty little village surrounded by docks is easily recognizable.

Central and W part of the bay: exposed to jugo.

We can anchor in one of the mooring-buoys or in 4 m to 10 m deep.

16/07/2011
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Jojo
La baie est divisée en deux anses, une à l'W et une à l'E avec un petit village.
Vrulje tire son nom d'une source sous-marine dans la partie W de la baie. Le joli petit village bordé de petits quais est facilement reconnaissable.

Les parties centrale et W de la baie sont exposées au Jugo.

On peut mouiller à l'un des corps-morts ou par 4 m à 10 m de fond.
16/07/2011
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Jojo
Luka Vrulje (Kornat)
22/09/2008
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Flying distances - Direct line

Otok Murter

13nm
93°
The island of Murter is the largest island of the Sibenik archipelago. It is close to the coast on which it is connected by a bridge, low air draft at Tijesno (Tisno) on the continent. During the summer the bridge opens to allow passage of boats.
The NW part of the island is fertile ...
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Otok Zirje (Sibenik)

18nm
120°
Otok Zirje is the farthest and the largest island in the Sibenik archipelago.
It is long of 6,5 NM (NW/SE) and 1,4 NM wide.
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16 Aug 11

Vrgadski Kanal

10nm
75°
Vrgadski Kanal, 7 miles long, leads between Otok Murter and Otok Vrgada and is the principal channel used in the S approach to Pasmanski Kanal and Zadar.
Vessels with a maximum draft of 6.4m may pass through Pasmanski Kanal. Vessels with drafts over 6.4m must either proceed through ...
16 Jul 11

Kanal Nove Povljane Vir

31nm
344°
Kanal Nove Povljane, entered between Otok Vir and the SE end of Otok Pag, leads 5 miles SE into Ninski Zaliv.
Shoals at the inner end of this channel restrict the fairway to a width of about 250m, with a controlling depth of 8m. Vessels with a draft of over 6m are advised not to ...
23 Jul 11

Rivanjski Kanal

24nm
328°
Rivanjski Kanal continues NW from the N end of Srednji Kanal and leads between Otok Rivanj andOtok Sestrunj.
It is generally used by vessels proceeding between Srednji and Zadarski Kanals.
Otocic Tri Sestrice, a group of islets and rocks, extend up to 2 miles NW of Rt Zanavin, ...
9 Sep 11

Novigradsko More

25nm
24°
Novigradsko More, a landlocked bay, lies at the S end of Novsko Zdrilo and provides good anchorage.
Rijeka Zrmanja flows into the bay at the E side. This river is navigable by small craft as far as the village of Obrovca, 6 miles above the mouth.
Luka Novigrad, a narrow inlet, ...
23 Jul 11

Otok Piskera Kornati

3.2nm
147°
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O. Panitula Vela, the ...
18 Jul 11

Otok Levrnaka Kornati

2.4nm
288°
This island is located at W of O. Kornat, facing, at S, to Rt Kranejak (on O. Kornat), and in front of Uvala Bele Lucice (Kornat).It offers a spacious bay on N. side and another narrower bay on S.
17 Jul 11

Uvala Modri Bok (Kornat)

0.5nm
307°
Uvala Modri Bok is sheltered from NW wind.
Mooring: in the inner part of the bay (depths 8-10 m; sandy bottom; holds well). Shallow: all along the coast of the bay.
16 Jul 11

U. Kravljacica et Striznja (Kornat)

1.2nm
303°
Large bay with an island in the S part.Kravljacica is a small settlement at NW of the bay.We anchor by 11 m depth or in front of the moles in 3/4 m.
Bigger vessels anchor in front of NE coast by 20 m. Exposed to SE and jugo.Shallows: around few smaller moles (in the bottom of the ...
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Uvala Levrnaka Kornati

2.1nm
288°
Located at N of O. Levrnaka this great bay extends deep into the earth. It is protected by the island N Suscica extending its tip E. Do not attempt to pass between it and the point because there are only 0.20 m of water.
In the passage between the island and Levrnaka Obrucan Veli ...
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Uvala Lojena Levrnaka

2.3nm
283°
Famous Lojena beach attracts many yachtmen, it is a lovely place to anchor.
Exposed to Jugo, sheltered from bora.
Mooring: (smaller vessels) in E part of the bay (depth around 3 m);
(bigger vessels) on the middle of the bay (depths 8-15 m). Warning: bay is not recommended ...
17 Jul 11
Local Area

Otok Kornat (Kornati)

The island of Kornat is the largest island of the group of islands that create the National Park Kornati, it gave its name to the archipelago.
Kornat, with several prominent peaks, lies SE of Dugi Otok and is separated from it by Prolaz Proversa, a narrow channel, which is obstructed ...
16 Jul 11

Kornati

The Kornati archipelago is a group of islands located in the center of the Dalmatian coast, south of Zadar, between Zadar and Sibenik. This is the densest archipelago in the Mediterranean, it has 150 islands and islets (most uninhabited) on an area of ​​320 km ². Croatian ...
15 Jul 11

Srednji Kanal

Srednji Kanal, also known as Middle Channel, has sufficient depths for large vessels. However, it is little used except by vessels proceeding between Sibenik and Zadar which are unable to navigate Pasmanski Kanal.
The channel is entered between Otocic Kosara (43°53'N., 15°24'E.) ...
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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.
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Croatia

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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 ...
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