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Port Borak Drvenik Mali

Port Borak Drvenik Mali

Characteristics

Description

Borak is the small port located on the NE coast of the island, it hosts the small ferry (Ferry and Ferry Trogir Seget Donji).
We can anchor off the port less than 10 m, for lunch as this anchorage is exposed to SE and NE.
18/08/2011
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Croatia
Port Borak Drvenik Mali
View of the village, port and the anchoring area in front of it.
2011:08:17 09:07:34
18/08/2011
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Croatia
Le petit port Borak est situé sur la côte NE de l'île, il accueille les petits traversiers (Ferry de Trogir et Ferry de Seget Donji).

On peut mouiller devant le port par moins de 10 m, pour le déjeuner car ce mouillage est exposé au SE et NE.

18/08/2011
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Port Borak Drvenik Mali
2011:08:17 09:04:32
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Localisation

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Flying distances - Direct line

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245°
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225°
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304°
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Local Area

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Croatia

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