Duga Uvala is situated on the coast N O. Hvar, a small island northwest of the entrance identifies it. Approaching from the W, attention to the area of shoals and dangerous rock N of the entrance. Was wetted by 10 to 18 m. Good protection of Bora and Sirocco.
Uvala Duga se trouve sur la côte N d'O. Hvar, une petite île au NW de l'entrée permet de l'identifier.
En approchant par l'W, attention à la zone de hauts-fonds et au rocher dangereux au N de l'entrée.
On mouille par 10 à 18 m.
Bonne protection de la Bora et du Sirocco.
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