Pula Marina (Pola Marina di) is located SE of the port of Pula, 5 km from the airport, in a natural bay protected by a peninsula extended by a breakwater oriented NNW. Danger: entering the marina attention to top-bottom "plicina Uljanik" surrounded by 4 buoys. Sailboats shall not sail between the islands and Katarina Andrija. Access: by night the boats entering the harbor must pass at 150 m from the fire of the breakwater, then forward through the external port being careful to unlit mooring buoys. Then navigate to the fire of the S side of the island Andrija. Then around the block from the side near S and turn the heat which is N of the islet Uljanik, then turn toward the dock Rijeka. The shoal should be on the right. * Depth: Dock: 4 to 6 m * 213 pl. (<15 m) * Tel.: 052/219-142 * Fax.: 052/211-850 * E-mail: m.pula @ aci-club.hr
La marina de Pula (marina di Pola) est située au SE du port de Pula, à 5km de l'aéroport, dans une baie naturelle protégée par une péninsule prolongée par un brise-lames orienté NNW.
Dangers: en entrant dans la marina attention au haut-fond "plicina Uljanik" entouré de 4 bouées. Les voiliers ne doivent pas naviguer entre les îles Katarina et Andrija.
Accès: de nuit les bateaux, en entrant dans le port, doivent passer à 150 m du feu du brise-lames, puis avancer au milieu du port externe en faisant attention aux bouées d'amarrage non lumineuses. Naviguer ensuite en direction du feu de la côte S de l'îlot Andrija. Puis contourner l'îlot par le côté S et virer à proximité du feu qui se trouve au N de l'îlot Uljanik, puis virer en direction du quai Rijeka. Le haut-fond doit se trouver sur la droite.
Profondeurs: quai: de 4 à 6 m
213 pl. (<15 m)
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