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Uvala Divna Peljesac

Uvala Divna Peljesac



Small bay open to the N, easily identifiable by the small island Divna, located northwest of the entrance to the bay.
We pass N of the island and anchor by 5 to 14 m.
Petite baie ouverte au N, facilement identifiable par la petite île Divna, située au NW de l'entrée de la baie.

On passe au N de l'île et on mouille par 5 à 14 m.

Uvala Divna Peljesac
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