Located at the W of O Jerolim which it is separated by a narrow channel from 4 m depth. Two anchorages are available in Uvala Stipanska, SE of the island, or on the NW coast of Marinkovac in the strait that separates the islands O. Planikovac and O. Borovac (Uvala Zdrilca).
Otocic Marinkovac Pakleni
Située à l'W d'O Jerolim dont elle est séparée par un étroit chenal de 4 m de fond. Deux mouillages sont possibles, dans Uvala Stipanska, au SE de l'île, ou sur la côte NW de Marinkovac, dans le détroit qui la sépare des iles O. Planikovac et O. Borovac (Uvala Zdrilca).
Otocic Marinkovac Pakleni
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south along the coast. For
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strongly along both sides of the Adriatic and is especially ...