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Maslinica (Solta)

Maslinica (Solta)

Characteristics

Description

Maslinica is a small village in the cove of the western part of the island.
Approaching the N beware of shoals between the islands and Polebrnjak Saskinja (5 m or less) and between Saskinja and Solta (3 m).
In the Bay of Maslinica funds range from 13 m near the ferry dock at 3 m to the bottom of the harbor. The ferry dock is used early morning and late evening.
Good protection.
6/07/2011
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Maslinica (Solta)
6/07/2011
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Maslinica (Solta)
6/07/2011
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Maslinica est un petit village situé dans l'anse de la partie occidentale de l'île.

Plusieurs îles et hauts-fonds bordent cette côte.

Hrid Kamicic, un rocher sur un haut-fond, se trouve au S des îles, au SW de l'entrée d'Uvala Sesula.

En approchant par le N prendre garde aux hauts-fonds entre les îles de Polebrnjak et Saskinja (5 m et moins) et entre Saskinja et Solta (3 m).

Dans la baie de Maslinica les fonds varient de 13 m près du quai à ferry à 3 m vers le fond du port. Le quai du ferry est utilisé tôt le matin et tard dans la soirée.

Bonne protection.
6/07/2011
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Maslinica (Solta)
Otok Saskinja à l'entrée de Uvala Maslinca
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Flying distances - Direct line

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324°
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151°
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221°
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15nm
149°
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303°
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0.4nm
128°
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Good protection from all winds.
A path in the NE corner leads to a grocer.
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19nm
128°
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2.7nm
76°
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2.8nm
331°
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6.4nm
295°
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Local Area

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