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Marina Tucepi

Marina Tucepi

Characteristics

Description

The marina is located in the center of the small seaside town of Tucepi.
Approaching by the S, attention to the rocks at 0.2 NM offshore, at about 0.5 NM N of Rt Dracevac.
The main landmark is the modern  bell tower above the town.
The party at the entrance to the marina is used by fishing boats.
Take one dangling in the inner basin of the marina.

Good protection.

200 B. (<15 m)
60 dry b.
Tel.: +385/21/62 02 44
Fax.: +385/21/62 02 44
2/06/2011
Update
Jojo
La marina se trouve au centre de la petite cité balnéaire de Tucep.

En approchant par le S, attention aux rochers à 0,2 NM au large, à environ 0,5 NM au N de Rt Dracevac.
Le point de repère principal est le clocher moderne au-dessus de la ville.

La partie à l'entrée de la marina est utilisée par les bateaux de pêche.
Prendre une pendille dans le bassin intérieur de la marina.

Bonne protection.

200 pl. (<15 m)
60 pl. à sec
Tel.: +385/21/62 02 44
Fax.: +385/21/62 02 44

2/06/2011
Update
Jojo
Marina Tucepi
2/06/2011
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