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Uvala Lukovo-Sugarje

Uvala Lukovo-Sugarje



Natural harbor, sheltered by Bora.
From the S, a series of reservoirs in a red ground hill is a remarkably bitter.
From the N, the steeple of the village church is remarkable.
Danger in entering the bay, reef, which extends down the edge N.
At the E bay, there is a pier, but boaters are not allowed to moor.
We anchor by 4-8 m deep in the SE part of the bay.
Good protection.
Uvala Lukovo-Sugarje
Port naturel, abrité par Bora.
En venant du S, une série de réservoirs dans la terre rouge d'une colline constitue un amer remarquable.
En venant du N, le clocher de l'église du village est remarquable.

Danger: en entrant dans la baie, récif bas qui prolonge la pointe N.

A l'E de la baie, il y a une jetée, mais les plaisanciers ne sont pas autorisés à s'y amarrer.

On mouille par 4 à 8 m au fond de la partie SE de la baie.

Bonne protection.

Uvala Lukovo-Sugarje
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