On the SE coast of Kastelanski Zaljev, in Poljud luka, are two adjacent marinas, held by sailing clubs. The W marina is managed by DSP Spinut and marina E by Split SDB. Approach: Entering the bay attention to the green buoy located N of Rt Marjan. It is forbidden to go inside the buoy. With the approach of marinas careful at Plic Garifulin, indicated by a beacon without fire, and Hrid Skoljic, reported by a fire (see map). N of the bay, watch Plic Galija (N cardinal buoy with fire), Greben Galija (beacon without fire) and Hrid Galija (sector light), Plic Shiloh to E Hrid Galija (beacon with fire). Do not pass too close to Rt Rat (pointe E of Hrid Skoljic) due to overflowing with rocks. Entry Luka Lora is prohibited. It docks to one of two marinas. Good shelter. 770 b. Tel: +385 21 386 761 Fax: +385 21 583 805
Sur la côte SE de Kastelanski Zaljev, dans luka Poljud, se trouvent deux marinas adjacentes, tenues par des clubs de voile. Le port de plaisance W est administré par PSD Spinut et celui d'E par RPSD Split.
Approche: en entrant dans la baie, attention à la bouée verte située au N de Rt Marjan. Il est interdit de passer à l'intérieur de cette bouée. A l'approche des ports de plaisance attention à Plic Garifulin, signalé par une balise sans feu, et à Hrid Skoljic, signalé par un feu. (voir la carte).
Au N de la baie, attention à Plic Galija (bouée cardinale N avec feu), Greben Galija (balise sans feu) et Hrid Galija (feu à secteurs), Plic Silo à l'E d'Hrid Galija (balise avec feu). Ne pas passer trop près de Rt Rat (pointe E de Hrid Skoljic) à cause de rochers débordants. L'entrée de Luka Lora est interdite.
On s'amarre à l'une des deux marinas.
770 pl. Tel: +385 21 386 761 Fax: +385 21 583 805
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