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SW Kaprije

SW Kaprije

Characteristics

Description

Anchoring area widely open to the south. To be used only by good weather.
16/08/2011
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Localisation

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Sites around SW Kaprije
Flying distances - Direct line

Luka Kaprije

0.5nm
33°
Kaprije is located in an inlet that penetrates to the SE coast W of the island.
A dock, designed for Ferry, has a light.
We can moor on the inner side of the jetty (mooring lines) or anchor in the cove.
Open to the NW.
16 Aug 11

Uvala Nozdra Mala Kaprije

0.6nm
95°
Uvala Mala Nozdra is a natural bay located on the SE side of the island Kaprije, 0.6 NM at NNW of Fire Rt Lemes .
A rocky outcrop extends beyond the fire Lemes Rt.
Approaching the E, beware of shallow N and NW. from O Misnjak Veli and at E from O. Kraljak.
In the ...
10 Jul 11

Uvala Tratica

1.1nm
299°
Mooring buoys are installed here as in the bay Potkucina.
16 Aug 11

Otocic Ravan

2nm
127°
Small island with a light on the W side (FI W 5s 12m 10M).
16 Aug 11

Uvala Potkucina Kakan

1.8nm
299°
Located NE of the island Kakan, Potkucina Uvala offers anchorage by 5-16 m deep.
Moorings buoys are placed all around the bay. It looks like a boat parking. No ship in the center of the bay as it's too deep.
As you approach, attention to the rock submerged in W of O. Borovnjak ...
16 Aug 11

Uvala Stupica Mala Zirje

2.8nm
173°
Uvala Stupica Mala is divided into two coves by the Kabal Cape.
They are little used, but may offer an anchor, particularly in the W cove.
16 Aug 11

Uvala remetic

2.2nm
334°
16 Aug 11

Otok Prvic Sibenik

5nm
53°
O. Prvic is located about 0.5 NM off the mainland coast of NW O. Zlarin in the Sibenik archipelago.
There are two villages on O. Prvic, Prvic Luka and Septurine.
9 Jul 11

Uvala Stupica Vela Zirje

2.8nm
196°
Uvala Stupica Vela is located at the southern end of the Zirje Otok this large bay is handy both for those heading north towards the Kornati and those heading south either out of Sibenik or from the National Park. It makes a good stop over both for lunch and swimming or over-night.
...
16 Aug 11

Luka Muna Zirje

2.2nm
240°
Luka Muna can be identified by fire on Rt Muna, the tip of the mouth of the bay and the beacon light marking Plic Prascica Brak, about 1 NM NW of the port. There is a light placed at the end of the pier in the harbor.
The external wharf is used by the Ferry. Visitors can dock at ...
11 Jul 11

Otocic Hrbosnjak

2.5nm
143°
Otocic Hrbosnjak lies in the middle of the SE entrance to the channel and may be passed close N or S.
A light is shown from a tower, 6m high, standing on this small islet.
1 Jul 11

Uvala Mikavica Zirje

3.5nm
259°
Uvala Mikavica is situated N O. Zirje, about 1 NM W of the tag marking Plic Prascica Brak.
This is a deserted cove with a dock used occasionally by a tour boat in the summer.
Anchor by 5 m or it docks at the pier.
14 Jul 11
Local Area

Otok Kaprije (Sibenik)

Kaprije is located in the central part of the Sibenik archipelago between the islands Zmajan and Kakan.
The highlight of the island is Vela Glavica (132 m).
The only village of the island is Kaprije, S. The port is busy.
Automobiles are not allowed on the island.
16 Aug 11

Šibensko-kninska županija (Šibenik-Knin County)

Sibenik-Knin county is located in north-central Dalmatia. The Šibenik Riviera is a hundred kilometres long coastal belt from Rogoznica to Drage in the Zadar County. Its center is Šibenik.Known locally as Sibensko-Kninska Zupanija, Sibenik county contains one of Croatia’s most ...
3 Aug 11

Dalmacija (Dalmatie)

Dalmatia (Croatian Dalmacija, Italian Dalmazzia) is a coastal region of Croatia along the Adriatic, stretching from the island of Pag in the northwest, the Bay of Kotor (Montenegro) to the south East.
It extends 350 km along the east coast of the Adriatic Sea about 60 km wide, ...
28 Mar 11

Croatia

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 ...
19 Aug 11

Adriatic East

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 ...
30 Jul 11

Adriatic Sea

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16 Jul 12
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