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.
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.
Otok Saskinja à l'entrée de Uvala Maslinca
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south along the coast. For
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