Korcula is an island located in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County of Croatia. The island has an area of 279 km2; 46.8 km long and on average 7.8 km wide — and lies just off the Dalmatian coast.
The island of Korčula belongs to the central Dalmatian archipelago, separated from the Pelješac peninsula by a narrow strait of Pelješac, between 900 and 3,000 m wide. The island lies on the N side of Lastovski kanal. It is the sixth largest Adriatic island with a rather indented coast. The highest peaks are Klupca, 568 m above sea level and Kom, 510 m high.
Korčula town has mooring facilities. The western harbour gives shelter from wind though not against the ‘bora’
and north-westerlies. Boat owners are advised to shift to the eastern
harbour or to Luka Cove. The port is open to international seaborne
traffic as a permanent Port of entry; it offers all types of repairs to hulls and engines at the Brodograditelj Shipyard.
Korcula est une île située dans le comté de Dubrovnik-Neretva de la Croatie. L'île a une superficie de 279 km2; 46.8 km de long et en moyenne 7.8 km de large - et se trouve juste au large de la côte dalmate. L'île de Korcula appartient à l'archipel de Dalmatie centrale, séparée de la presqu'île de Peljesac par le détroit de Pelješac, (entre 900 et 3.000 m de large). L'île est située sur le côté N du kanal Lastovski. C'est la sixième plus grande île de l'Adriatique avec une côte assez en retrait. Les plus hauts sommets sont Klupca, 568 m d'altitude et Kom, 510 m de haut. La ville de Korcula a des installations de mouillage. Le port de l'Ouest offre un abri contre le vent mais pas contre la «Bora» et le vent de NW. Les propriétaires de bateaux sont invités à aller vers le port oriental ou Luka Cove. Le port est ouvert au trafic maritime international en tant que Port d'entrée permanent, il offre tous les types de réparations de coque et de moteurs au chantier naval de Brodograditelj.
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Zaljev Vela Luka is a large bay on the E O. Korcula. Many coves occupy the bay. At the bottom of it is the port of Vela Luka, an active and well sheltered. Easily identifiable by day or night, you can enter this great bay in all weather. Dangers in the general approach are the ...
Zavalatica is located in the middle of the S coast of Korcula. This bay has a small tourist town and small port. This bay is located 12 NM W of Rt Raznjic and 4 NM E of Rt Veli Zaglav which carry a fire every second. No dangers in the approach. It may dock inside the dock. Good ...
Brna is a bay and a village on the south coast of the island of Korcula, located 4 km southwest of Smokvica and 20 km south-east of Vela Luka. Can moor at the wharf in the village, but watch portions of the wharf are less than 0.5 m. You can anchor at 7 m at the bottom of the ...
Skoji is a group of islands in Korcula Archipelago, located in Peljesac Channel in Croatia. There are all together 19 small islands that form this archipelago. Their names are : Badija, Kamenjak, Gojak, Planjak, Vrnik, Majsan, Majsanic, Gubavac, Knezic, Bisace, Sutvara, Stupe, Baretica, ...
Starogradski is a large deep bay, open to the NW, which houses the city and the port of Stari Grad on its SE end. There are several bays, including its N side, where it is possible to anchor. On the other side there is an anchor in front Gradisce.
Prigradica is a small fishing village N of Korcula, near Blato. At the bottom of the bay is a small harbor for small boats near the beach. At the entrance of the bay breakwater and docks can provide shelter from W to E through S. Arriving N Otocic Plocida (about 4 NM N) ...
Not to be confused with Uvala Luka Racisce Raciscesur Coast E O. Korcula. Racisce Luka is a port of a small village located W of the town of Korcula. We moor on the breakwater or wharf. Good protection from the wind except the N or NE.
Prizba is located on southern side of the island of Korcula, it is
overlooking to island of Lastovo and dozens of a small islets in front
of Prizba region.A small port is protected from winds from S and SE peninsula and surrounding islands. Approach: From Rt Zaglav, to E, we ...
Otok Scedro lies 3 miles E of Hridi Lukavci. It is 2,7 km off the S coast of island of Hvar.The inhabited island is elevated at each end and slopes towards the sea in the middle. Its coastline includes many coves where you can get wet. The two most popular are Uvala Uvala Lovisce ...
Grscica is a village located on the southern side of the island of Korcula, 14 km away from Vela Luka. Warning, approaching the port, submerged rock, covered by 1.2 m of water in the middle of the outer harbor, SW of the hold. We moored at the wharf near the dock. Open to the SW.
Otocic Plocica lies 4.7 miles SE of the E extremity of Otok Scedro. This small islet is 12m high and is surrounded by rocks. A light is shown from a prominent structure, 25m high, standing on this islet.
Southern Dalmatia, including Dubrovnik Neretva County and are separated from the rest of Southern Dalmatia, including Dubrovnik Neretva County is separated from the rest of Croatia by a Bosnian coast of 4 km long that extends around Neum. Even though there are control points through ...
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Winds:Do not underestimate the winds, especially bura
(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
example, the "Mistral" (Mistral) which is especially nice ...
Winds—WeatherBora is the name of the cold and dry NE or N wind which blows with great
strength and affects the Adriatic Sea in the cool season. It is much
less frequent and generally much weaker in summer. This wind is felt
strongly along both sides of the Adriatic and is especially ...
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