Luka Zut is a large bay located NE coast of O. Zut. Entering Luka Zut attention to the area of shoals, covered with 5.40 m of water, which extends to the E the NW tip. We can anchor in the two handles at SW or moor in the marina at NW. Tel. (+385) 22 786 02 78 Fax: (+385) 22 786 02 79 M.: @ aci-m.zut club.hr 120 b. (<18 m)
La baie de Zut
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Luka Zut est une grande baie située sur la côte NE de Otok Zut. En entrant dans Luka Zut attention à la zone de hauts-fonds, couverte de 5,40 m d'eau, qui prolonge vers l'E la pointe NW. On peut mouiller dans les deux anses au SW ou s'amarrer dans la marina au NW.
Tél.:(+385) 22 786 02 78
Fax: (+385) 22 786 02 79
120 pl. (<18 m)
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