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Malog Stona Kanal

Malog Stona Kanal

Characteristics

Description

Kanal Malog Stona is a landlocked continuation of Malo More. This channel extends 10.5 miles to the head, narrowing as it progresses.
Its SE part is known as Zaliv Malog Stona.
The shores of the channel are rocky and steep-to with mountainous terrain closely backing them. Rapid changes in the water level (seiches) of up to 2m occur periodically within Kanal Malog Stona and cause strong currents of variable direction.
1/05/2011
Update
Jojo
Kanal Malog Stona est une continuation du littoral Malo More. Ce canal s'étend sur 10.5 miles et se rétrécis à mesure qu'il progresse.
Sa partie sud-est est connue sous le nom de Zaliv Malog Stona.
Les rives du canal sont rocheuses et abruptes et sont bordées d'un relief accidenté. Des remontées rapides du niveau de l'eau (seiches) à hauteur de 2m bordent le Kanal Malog Stona et provoquent de forts courants de direction variable.
1/05/2011
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Localisation

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Sites around Malog Stona Kanal
Flying distances - Direct line

Zaliv Klek Neum

The narrow sea from Zaliv Klek Neum is 4 NM long and lies at the NE channel Malog Stone. It is surrounded by mountains and is inserted between Rt Rep Kleka and Rt Meded.
Depths exceeding 20 meters in most cases. There are several anchorages.
The SE part and W peninsula ...
3 May 11

Otok Sipan

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

Stonski Kanal

Stonski Kanal, a deep inlet, indents the SE end of Poluotok Peljesac at the NW end of Kolocepski Kanal.
Its shore rises rapidly on each side and provides protection from NE and SW winds. The village of Brocej is situated on the S shore 3.8 miles within the entrance.
It is fronted ...
25 Apr 11

Uvala Klek Zaliv Klek Neum

Uvala Klek is a large bay housing a small town famous for its numerous historical monuments.
At the bottom of the bay is a great beach and SE of the peak W there is an island (O. Kojestac) with a chapel.
We anchored off the beach by about 8 m .
2 May 11

Otok Kojestac Zaliv Klek Neum

This island is situated at the entrance to Uvala Klek, SE tip W. It wears a small chapel but did not have a lighthouse.
It is possible to to pass near the island in N where the funds are 5.5 m.
2 May 11

Uvala Duboka Zaliv Klek Neum

Uvala Duboka is located at Zaliv Klek Neum enter, N Rt Maded. At the bottom of the bay there are few homes and a small dock.We can anchor by 5 to 8 m.Open to SE.
2 May 11

Rt Rep Kleka Zaliv Klek Neum

Rt Rep Kleka is at the enter of Zaliv Klek Neum, , at 5,3 NM NW of Rt Nedjelja. It is fringed by a shoal bank and mark by a light.
2 May 11

Uvala Stinjivac Pelsejac

This cove, closed off by the island Dubovac, offers good protection from NW to NE through S.
As approaching, careful to keep at least 0.2 NM from the shore to avoid shoals and rock.
Part W of the bay is occupied by the oyster.
We anchored between 8 and 10 m.
29 Apr 11

Rt Nedjelja

Rt Nedjelja is the NW extremity of a tongue of land which extends 0.9 mile NW from the N side of Poluotok Peljesac.
Kanal Malog Stona becomes constricted and shallow SE of this point and can only be used by small craft with local knowledge.
Sheltered anchorage can be taken, ...
1 May 11

Uvala Sreser Peljesac

Sreser is a hamlet  in the central part of the Peljesac Peninsula on Malo More, 4 km north of Drace.
The islets of Goljak, Srednjak and Gospin Skolj and the cliff Bililo are off the coast.This bay is open from N to SE through E. We can anchor by day, by 8 to 11 m.
29 Apr 11

Luka Drace Peljesac

Drace is located in the corner of a large W baieoccupée by several islands, rocks and shoals.
Approaching from the N or NE, passing between O. Goljak and O. Galicak without being too close because of shoals and a rock n O. Galicak.
A tag concrete without fire indicates Plicina ...
29 Apr 11

Luka Blace Opuzen

Blace is about 2 NM SE of the mouth of the river Neretva. In front of that hamlet the small Skoljic island  laying a fire, is remarkable.
Behind Skoljic Otok is a cove that offers good protection from all sectors.
Skip to SE O. Skoljic to enter the cove, the passage is ...
3 May 11
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It extends 350 km along the east coast of the Adriatic Sea about 60 km wide, ...
28 Mar 11

Croatia

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19 Aug 11

Adriatic East

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30 Jul 11

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