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Tribunj marina

Tribunj marina

Characteristics

Description

This marina was built in the E and S of the village of Tribunj. The village is connected to the mainland by a narrow stone bridge with one arch.
The approach by the SE is the safest because it does not endanger separately limited funds near the mainland coast.
Approaching from the west, the funds in the passages between the islands are limited to 2 m and 3 m.
It is a dangerous rock in the passage of N O. Lukovnik. There is also an area of ​​shallow water with a rock in the bay to the west and northwest of Tribunj.
The chapel on the hill behind the village is remarkable.
The marina is sheltered from all winds.
260 b. (<30 m)
150 dry dock
Tel: (022) 447 140
Fax: (022) 447 141
Mail: marina-office@marina-tribunj.hr
5/07/2011
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Jojo
Cette marina a été construite à l'E et au S du vieux village de Tribunj. Le village est relié au continent par un étroit pont de pierre à une seule arche.

L'approche par le SE est la plus sûre car elle ne comporte aucun danger à part des fonds limités près de la côte continentale.
En approchant par l'W, les fonds dans les passages entre les îles sont limités à 2 m et 3 m.

Il y a un rocher dangereux dans le passage au N d'O. Lukovnik. Il y a aussi une zone de haut-fond avec un rocher dans la baie à l'W et au NW de Tribunj.
La chapelle sur la colline derrière le village est remarquable.

La marina est abritée de tous les vents.
260 pl. (<30 m)
150 pl à sec
Tel: (022) 447 140
Fax: (022) 447 141
Mail: marina-office@marina-tribunj.hr

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157°
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2.4nm
123°
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304°
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