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Uvala Krknjas (D. Veli)

Uvala Krknjas (D. Veli)



Located in the shallow area between the mainland and the islands Krnjas Mali and Veli Krknjas.
We can spend the night in good weather well established.
The anchor may be approximated by the S or SE, to one side or the other of otok Krknjas Veli.
The channel between O. Drvenik Veli and O. Krknjas Mali is shallow and rocky.
Anchor by 3 m in the bay formed by the three islands.
Uvala Krknjas (D. Veli)
Située dans la zone peu profonde entre l'île principale et les îles Krknjas Mali et Krknjas Veli.

On ne peut y passer la nuit que par beau temps bien établi.

Le mouillage peut être approché par le S ou le SE, en passant d'un côté ou de l'autre d'otok Krknjas Veli.
Le chenal entre O. Drvenik Veli et O. Krknjas Mali est peu profond et rocheux.

On mouille par 3 m dans la baie formée par les 3 îles.
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