Otocic Smokvica Vela and Mala lies 0.5 mile NW of Rt Movar. A small islet and several rocks lie on a shoal bank which extends up to about 0.5 mile NNE of the N end of this islet.
Otocic Smokvica Vela and Mala
Isolated danger with the light in the SE.
Otocic Smokvica Vela and Mala
Isolated danger in the NW.
Otocic Smokvica Vela et Mala s'étendent à 0,5 NM au NW de Rt Movar. Un petit îlot et plusieurs roches se trouvent sur un banc qui s'étend jusqu'à environ 0,5 mile au NNE de l'extrémité N de cet îlot.
Otocic Smokvica Vela Primosten
Otocic Smokvica Vela and Mala Primosten
Otocic Smokvica Vela et Smokvica Mala vues par le S
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