Otok Svetac (Andrija), 305m high, lies 13 miles ESE of Otocic Jabuka and is generally steep-to. The coast of the island is rocky and reddish in color on the NW side. Its SW end is fronted by a few rocks. Hrid Kamik, a dark and jagged above-water rock, lies 0.7 mile W of the SW extremity of the island. Otocic Brusnik, dark and surrounded by rocks and reefs, lies 1.7 miles SE of Otok Svetac and should not be closely approached. A rocky shoal, with a depth of 7m, lies about 0.2 mile N of this islet.
Otok Svetac (Andrija), haute de 305 m, se trouve à 13 miles à l'ESE de Otocic Jabuka et est généralement accore. La côte de l'île est rocheuse et de couleur rougeâtre sur le côté nord-ouest. Son extrémité sud-ouest est bordée par quelques rochers. Hrid Kamnik, un rock sombre et dentelé au-dessus de l'eau, se trouve à 0.7 mile à l'W de l'extrémité sud-ouest de l'île. Otocic Brusnik, sombre et entourée de rochers et de récifs, se trouve à 1.7 miles au SE de Otok Svetac et ne doit pas être approchée. Un haut-fond rocheux, sous 7m d'eau, se trouve à environ 0,2 mile au N de cet îlot.
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