Large bay, on N coast of Hvar, between Tanki point and Zarace point, open to N and NE with veral coves where you can stop for lunch.
Navigate well around Tanki Rat (NW tip) for funding of less than 3 m beyond. The point of entry E (Rt Zarac) should not be approached too closely either. Anchor by 6 m. The bay is sheltered from all winds except N and NE.
Smaller yachts can berth alongside
the pier on the E coast of
the cove. The best anchorage
is in its SE part.
Grande baie, sur la côte N de Hvar, entre Tanki Rat et Rt Zarace, ouverte au N et au NE avec plusieurs anses où il est possible de s'arrêter pour déjeuner.
Donner un large tour à Tanki Rat (pointe au NW) car des fonds de moins de 3 m la débordent. La pointe E de l'entrée (Rt Zarace) ne doit pas être approchée de trop près non plus.
On mouille par 6 m.
La baie est abrité de tous vents sauf ceux de N et NE.
Les petits bateaux peuvent accoster à la jetée sur la côte E de l'anse. Le meilleur point de mouillage est dans la partie sud de la baie.
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