Otoc Olipa, 206m high, lies with its SE side 0.5 mile NW of the NW extremity of Otoc Jakljan. This island is rocky and partly wooded. A light is shown from a prominent tower, 11m high, standing on the S extremity.
Veliki Vratnik, a channel, leads between Otoc Jakljan and OtocOlipa. A strong current usually sets W through this channel.
Caution.—Several submarine cables extend between the islands and islets in the above chain.
Otoc Olipa, 206m de haut, se trouve avec son côté SE 0,5 mile NW de l'extrémité nord-ouest de Otoc Jakljan. Cette île est rocheuse et en partie boisé. A la lumière est représenté par une tour de premier plan, haute de 11m, debout sur l'extrémité S. Veliki Vratnik, un canal, conduit entre Otoc Jakljan et OtocOlipa. Un fort courant met généralement en W par ce canal. Attention.-Plusieurs câbles sous-marins s'étendent entre les îles et îlots de l'archipel.
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A stone square tower is located on the south side of the isle, which
serves as a lighthouse. The lighthouse is used for maritime routes
passing through the passages of Veliki Vratnik (between Olipa and Tajan) and Mali Vratnik (between Olipa and Peljesac).
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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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