This area is located between Cape Kamenjak SW Marler and heading to the N. Seven small islands surrounded by rocks and shoals dot the entrance Medulinski Zaljev. Four tags indicate isolated rocks in the W of the bay, their presence is uncertain.
The chanel between Rt Munat et Rt Kasteja is clear. We let W Fenera and O. Ceja in W and O. Bodula to E. You can go to the W of W Fenera, but care must be taken to various rocks and shoals in the sector.
We access, at the end of the bay, to a great closed bassin where are Medulin and Pomer.
Cette zone est située entre le cap Kamenjak au SW et le cap Marlera au N.
Sept petites îles entourées de roches et de hauts-fonds parsèment l'entrée de Medulinski Zaljev. Quatre balises signalent des roches isolées dans l'W de la baie, leur présence est incertaine.
Le chenal entre Rt Munat et Rt Kasteja est franc. On laisse O. Fenera et O. Ceja à l'W et O. Bodula à l'E. On peut passer à l'W de O. Fenera, mais il faut faire attention aux diverses roches et hauts-fonds présents dans le secteur.
On accède, au fond de la baie, à un grand bassin fermé où se trouvent Medulin et Pomer.
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(bora) in the Gulf of Kvarner and the Velebit channel. Other winds are
more "lenient" but their strength varies in intensity from north to
south along the coast. For
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