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Uvala Loviste Peljesac

Uvala Loviste Peljesac

Characteristics

Description

This large bay at the W Peljesac peninsula is composed of three coves and is sheltered from all directions.
Loviste is also the small village southeast of the bay.
We moor to dock or anchor in Loviste one of the coves.
The best anchorage is located northwest of the bay
Good protection from all sectors.
27/04/2011
Update
Jojo
Cette grande baie située à l'W de la péninsule Peljesac est composée de trois anses et est abritée de toutes les directions.

Loviste est aussi le petit village situé au SE de la baie.

On peut s'amarrer au quai de Loviste ou mouiller dans l'une des anses.
Le meilleur mouillage se trouve au NW de la baie

Bonne protection de tous les secteurs.

27/04/2011
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Jojo
Uvala Loviste Peljesac
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Uvala Loviste Peljesac
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Flying distances - Direct line

Rt Lovisce Peljesa

1.3nm
315°
Rt Lovisce, the NW extremity of the Peljesa peninsula, is covered with shrubs.
A light is shown from a prominent tower, 9m high, standing on the point.
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Otoci Skoji Korcula

8.5nm
126°
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Luka Racisce Korcula

3.3nm
182°
Not to be confused with Uvala Luka Racisce Raciscesur Coast E O. Korcula.
Racisce Luka is a port of a small village located W of the town of Korcula.
We moor on the breakwater or wharf.
Good protection from the wind except the N or NE.
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Uvala Vela Luka Korcula

15nm
254°
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Easily identifiable by day or night, you can enter this great bay in all weather.
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21 May 11

Uvala Kneza Korcula

3.3nm
164°
Kneza Uvala is situated at the end of W Peljeski kanal O. Korcula.
Coming from the W, one can pass between O. Otocic Kneza Korcula and Vela, which is a lighthouse.
At the NW, Kneza Mala  is connected to Korcula by a rocky ridge with a threshold of 1 m.
Arriving by E, ...
21 May 11

Starogradski Zaljev Hvar

22nm
295°
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Uvala Vrbovica Korcula

5.3nm
139°
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22 May 11

Luka Lucica Duba Peljesac

6.4nm
93°
At E Rt Duba, the small port of Duba Lucica offers good shelter.
The approach is safe. The village of Duba has a remarkable church.
Moor at one of the quays along the space available.
Exposed to the NW.
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Uvala Banja Korcula

5.7nm
136°
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13 May 11

Otok Scedro Hvar

14nm
284°
Otok Scedro lies 3 miles E of Hridi Lukavci.
It is 2,7 km off the S coast of island of Hvar.The inhabited island is elevated at each end and slopes towards the sea in the middle. Its coastline includes many coves where you can get wet. The two most popular are Uvala Uvala Lovisce ...
25 May 11

Luka Korcula

6.3nm
129°
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Has been constructed on a plan shaped herringbone around the main street.
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12 May 11

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6.6nm
130°
ACI marina is in the Eastern part of Korkula, in front of the old Korkul.
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Local Area

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Croatia

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