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Slovenia

Slovenia

Characteristics

Description

The Slovenian coast is a densely populated area from the state line through the entry "Uvala Sveti Jernej (about 3 km from the new building Lazzaretto) at the mouth of the river that flows into Bay of Piran Dragonja (Piranski Zaliv).
The depth of these coasts are low and many shoals, some of which are dangerous for navigation.
Coastal areas north and south of the Bay of Koper are hills that slope gently toward the sea, the river flows into Rizana the sea in this area. The coast is flat and surrounded by a zone of tidal marshes in the middle of which rises Mount Sermin (m 84). The mouth (U. Strunjan) Strunjan is about 1.5 million in Eastern Cape Madonna (Rt Madona). In his approach, good landmarks are offered by buildings (nursing homes) at the mouth. It provides good shelter for small vessels when winds blow from the south and is partially protected from the Bora and the muddy bottom of the soil is good holding.

At the entrance is a metal construction diving dangerous for small boats and yachts, attention to an oyster bed at the entrance to the cove.

Bay of Piran (Piranski Zaliv) stretches from the Cape and Cape Salvatore Madonna (Rt Savudrija). The north coast of the bay is so densely populated than the towns of Piran (Piran) and Portoroz (Portoroz), with hotel complexes and marinas and Bernardino (Bernardino), seem to be big cities. The hills of olive and cypress trees down to the sea with steep slopes. Along the coast the depth of the bay is low.

Vessels arriving in the territorial waters of Slovenia from abroad may land only at the docks of the international border crossings in Koper, Piran and in Izola (seasonal border crossing). Upon mooring the vessel, the vessel, its crew, and the passengers must be registered with the border authorities. The following documents are needed for the procedure: the original documents for the vessel (proof of ownership of the vessel or authorization for its use), the captain's certificate of qualification to operate the vessel and identity documents of people on the vessel.

SLOVENIAN INTERNATIONAL WATER CHARACTERISTIC:

Slovenian waters are isolated by the waters north Italian and Croatian waters to the south, a rare situation internationally. Indeed according to the provisions of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, the delimitation of the border should follow the median line, equidistant from the coasts of Croatia and Slovenia. In this case, because of the topography of coastal waters Slovenian remain without contact with the offshore waters in Slovenia are isolated by the waters north Italian and Croatian waters to the south. The mere passage of ships through waters Slovenian Croatian (and Italian) is not impaired, because the boats have a vested right guaranteed by international laws.

28/08/2011
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Jojo
La côte slovène est une zone densément peuplée qui s'étend de la ligne d'état en passant par l'entrée "Jernej Uvala Sveti" (à environ 3 km du nouveau bâtiment Lazzaretto) à l'embouchure de la rivière qui se jette dans la baie de Dragonja Piran (Zaliv Piranski).

La profondeur de ces côtes sont faibles et ont de nombreux hauts-fonds, dont certains sont dangereux pour la navigation.

Les zones côtières au nord et au sud de la baie de Koper sont des collines qui descendent en pente douce vers la mer, la rivière Rizana se jette dans la mer dans cette zone.

La côte est plate et entourée d'une zone de marées salants au milieu de laquelle s'élève le mont Sermin (m 84). L'embouchure (U. Strunjan) Strunjan est à environ 1,5 M à l'est du Cap Madonna (Rt Madona). Dans son approche, de bons amers sont offerts par les bâtiments (maisons de soins infirmiers) à l'embouchure. Elle offre un bon abri pour les petits navires lorsque les vents soufflent du sud et est partiellement protégée de la Bora et le fond boueux du sol est de bonne tenue.

A l'entrée, se trouve une construction métallique sous-marine dangereuse pour les petits bateaux et les yachts,  attention à un banc d'huîtres à l'entrée de la crique.

La baie de Piran (Piranski Zaliv) s'étend entre le Cap Madonna et le Cap Salvatore (Rt Savudrija). La côte nord de la baie est si densément peuplée que les villes de Piran (Piran) et Portoroz (Portoroz), avec des complexes d'hôtel et Marinas et Bernardino (Bernardino), semblent être de grandes villes. Les collines d'oliviers et de cyprès descendent vers la mer avec des pentes abruptes. Le long de la côte la profondeur de la baie est faible.

Les navires arrivant de l'étranger dans les eaux territoriales de Slovénie peuvent uniquement accoster dans les ports des passages de frontière internationaux de Koper, Piran et Izola (passage de frontière saisonnier). Lorsque le bateau est amarré, celui-ci ainsi que son équipage et ses passagers doivent être déclarés auprès des autorités douanières. Les documents à présenter sont les suivants: documents originaux du navire (preuve de la propriété ou autorisation de son usage), le document certifiant la qualification professionnelle du capitaine et les documents d'identité des personnes à bord.

PARTICULARITÉ DES EAUX INTERNATIONALE SLOVÈNES:

Les eaux slovènes sont enclavées par les eaux italiennes au nord et les eaux croates au sud, une situation rare sur le plan international. En effet selon les dispositions de la Convention de l'ONU sur le droit de la mer, la délimitation de la frontière doit se faire selon la ligne médiane, à équidistance des côtes croates et slovènes. De ce cas, en raison de la topographie du littoral, les eaux slovènes demeurent sans contact avec la haute mer. Les eaux slovènes sont enclavées par les eaux italiennes au nord et les eaux croates au sud. Le simple transit des navires slovènes à travers les eaux croates (et italiennes) n'est pas entravé, car les bateaux jouissent d'un droit de libre passage garanti par les textes internationaux.
28/08/2011
Update
Jojo
La costa slovena è un'area densamente popolata che si estende dal confine di stato che passa per l'insenatura di "Uvala Sv. Jernej" (a circa 3 km dal nuovo edificio del Lazzaretto) alla foce del fiume Dragonja che sbocca nella Baia di Pirano (Piranski Zaliv).

I fondali di questa costa sono bassi e presentano numerose secche, alcune delle quali pericolose per la navigazione.

Le zone costiere settentrionali e meridionali della Baia di Capodistria sono collinose e digradano dolcemente verso il mare; il fiume Rizana sfocia a mare in questa zona. La costa orientale è pianeggiante e contornata da saline in mezzo alle quali si erge il Monte Sermino (m 84).
L'insenatura di Strugnano (U. Strunjan) si trova a circa 1,5 miglia ad est di Capo Madonna (Rt Madona). Nell'avvicinarsi, buoni punti di riferimento sono offerti dagli edifici (casa di riposo) in testa all'insenatura. Offre buon riparo alle imbarcazioni di piccole dimensioni quando soffiano venti da Sud ed è parzialmente protetto quando soffia la bora; il fondo è fangoso buon tenitore.

In testa all'insenatura, si trova sottacqua una costruzione metallica pericolosa anche per imbarcazioni di piccole dimensioni e yacht; porre attenzione ad un banco di ostriche all'imbocco dell'insenatura.

La Baia di Pirano (Piranski Zaliv) si sviluppa tra Capo Madonna e Capo Salvore (Rt Savudrija).

la costa settentrionale della baia è tanto densamente popolata che le città di Pirano (Piran) e Portorose (Portoroz), con i complessi alberghieri ed i porticcioli di quest'ultima e di Bernardino (Bernardin), sembrano un'unica grande città. Le colline di olivi e cipressi scendono verso il mare con forti pendenze. Lungo l'intero litorale della baia i fondali sono bassi.

Le imbarcazioni straniere, entrando nelle acque territoriali slovene, possono approdare solo ai moli dei valichi internazionali di frontiera a Capodistria e Pirano (durante la stagione estiva anche ad Isola). Eseguito l'attracco, l'imbarcazione, l'equipaggio e i passeggeri si devono registrare alla polizia di frontiera. Per questo sono necessari i seguenti documenti: documento che comprovi la proprietà dell'imbarcazione, documento che comprovi la capacità del capitano di manovrare il natante, documenti personali dei passeggeri.

SLOVENO CARATTERISTICA ACQUA INTERNAZIONALI:

Acque slovene sono isolati dalle acque a nord italiana e acque croate a sud, una situazione rara a livello internazionale. Infatti secondo le disposizioni della Convenzione delle Nazioni Unite sul diritto del mare, la delimitazione del confine dovrebbe seguire la linea mediana, equidistanti dalle coste di Croazia e Slovenia. In questo caso, a causa della topografia delle acque costiere slovene rimanere senza contatto con le acque al largo in Slovenia sono isolati dalle acque a nord italiana e acque croate a sud. Il mero passaggio di navi nelle acque slovene croate (e italiano) non è compromessa, perché le barche hanno un diritto acquisito garantito da leggi internazionali.

28/08/2011
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Koperski Zaliv (Baia di Capodistria) Slovenia

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Piranski Zaliv (Baie de Piran)

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Baia di Muggia

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Limski Kanal

Limski Kana is entered between Rt Kriz, located 2.4 miles NW of Rovinj, and Rt Sjole, 1 mile NNW.
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De Porec au canal de Limski

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Strunjan

Nice and small anchorage place. Be carefull when approaching to the fish farms.
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Dobrava

As you can see, a lot of boats are anchored. Nevertheless on nautical maps, it's written it's forbidden. What is the truth (August 2012) ?
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Marina Portoroz - Portorose

Portorose is the largest marina in Slovenia. Access leading to the harbor has a depth of 3.5 m and a width of 22 m.
   * Depth: 3,5 m
   * 650 pl. (<24 m)
   * Tel.: +386 5 6761 100
   * Fax: +386 5 6761 210
   * ...
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Port Piran - Pirano

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Rt Madona Slovenia

Cape Madonna (Rt Madona) is highlighted by the lighthouse located on a bungalow / building: it is forbidden to anchor off the port of Piran (Piran), between Cape Madonna and fire the breakwater of the harbor to 300 meters from shore.
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Marina d'Izola Isola

Izola / Isola is a town in the Republic of Slovenia, located near the Italian border on the Adriatic coast. The city is bilingual Slovene - Italian, Slovenian name of the city is Izola, the name is Italian Isola d'Istria.
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Izola Porto Vecchio

Located at the W cape Gallo (Rt Petelin). The old town Izola was built on what was once an island. There are some industrial activities, including tall chimneys, the S port, are remarkable.
Vessels whose TE is less than 4 m may dock along the W side of the breakwater.
21 Mar 11
Local Area

Golfo di Trieste

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E Veneto

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Veneto

Located NE of Italy the Veneto region is bounded by the SW  Emilia Romagna  and NE by Slovenia.
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Adriatic Sea

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Méditerranée - Mediterranean

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Baia di Muggia

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