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Uvala Rasotica (Brac)

Uvala Rasotica (Brac)

Characteristics

Description

This creek is considered the most beautiful in Croatia by the navigational guide to Imray and yes she is beautiful with beautiful turquoise color and fragrant pines. The only problem is congestion.
If the bottom of the cove is fully occupied, it must anchor in the front by 12 meters deep with a line ashore.
This is perfect for a day anchorage, but not enough to spend the night in the shelter of a gale.
5/07/2011
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Jojo
Cette crique est considérée comme la plus belle de Croatie par le guide de navigation d'Imray et c'est vrai qu'elle est magnifique avec de belles couleurs turquoise et des pins qui embaument. Seul problème, l'encombrement.
Si le fond de la calanque est totalement occupé, il faut mouiller dans la partie avant, par 12 mètres de fond avec une amarre à terre.

C'est parfait pour un mouillage de jour, mais insuffisant pour passer la nuit à l'abri d'un coup de vent.

5/07/2011
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Jojo
Uvala Rasotica (Brac)
Au fond de la baie la protection est totale
28/09/2008
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Starogradski Zaljev Hvar

16nm
244°
Starogradski is a large deep bay, open to the NW, which houses the city and the port of Stari Grad on its SE end.
There are several bays, including its N side, where it is possible to anchor. On the other side there is an anchor in front Gradisce.
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Luka Sumartin (Brac)

1.5nm
205°
Sumartin was founded in the seventeenth century by refugees driven out of the continent by the Turks. The port is used by the car ferry and fishing boats.
5 Jul 11

Otok Ciovo

28nm
293°
Ciovo is an island in the center of the Dalmatian archipelago. This is an area of 28.8 acres (15.3 km length, width of 3.5 km). It culminates at 218 m (Mount Rudin).
O. Ciovo forms the SW side of the entrance and inner part of Kastelanski Zaliv.
At East side, Ciovo is 2km from ...
7 Aug 11

Povlja (Brac)

2.7nm
305°
Povlja is a village NE of Brac.
The best shelter is located behind the wharf where to moor at right angles if possible.
You can anchor in the NW of the pier by 8 m of water.
5 Jul 11

Uvala Studena (Brac)

2.9nm
220°
Anchorage in 8 m of water and take a line ashore.
5 Jul 11

Marina Baska Voda Makarska

3.9nm
41°
Marina Baska Voda is located in the center of the city of the same name.
We anchor and brought a rope to the breakwater or we anchored in the middle of the harbor by 3-5 m.
Well protected except from the S winds and Bora.
200 b.
30 b. Dry
Tel.: +385/21/62 02 44
Fax.: ...
2 Jun 11

Uvala Luka (Brac)

4.3nm
295°
Uvala Luka, at bottom, is one of the safest anchorages and sheltered more than Kanal of Brack. At the bottom of the bay, there is an abandoned farm and a footpath.
Good protection from all directions.
5 Jul 11

Uvala Donja Luka Makarska

5.5nm
97°
This bay N of Poluotok Sv Petar offers good performance, but is exposed to swell from SW, the W or NW.
Beware of large unlit buoys marking the swimming area around the bay.
Anchor by 6 to 20 m.
2 Jun 11

Otoci Pakleni

23nm
248°
Plakeni islands, or Cursed Islands, are located at the W and S of Hvar town.

The islands are rocky, covered with bushes and trees. They are usually deserted, except in summer.
They offer many choices of moorings sheltered and there is a marina Palmizana.The islands'name ...
26 May 11

Luka Makarska

5.8nm
99°
The largest city of Makarska Riviera is the city that gave its name to the stretch of coastline from Grac up  Brela and Riviera itself: Makarska.
One enters the natural harbor between two rocky headlands separated by only 0.2 nm.
It is well protected but the swell caused ...
2 Jun 11

Uvala Pokrivenik Hvar

9.3nm
179°
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 ...
2 Jun 11

Luka Mimice Omis

6.7nm
329°
The small village of Mimice is on the shore of Bracki Kanal, 11 km from Omis and 25 km from Makarska. Her little crowded harbor offers some protection.
Rocks are near the coast, 1 NM E and 0.7 NM W of the port. A wreck lies at the W Brcanceva Rt.
We moored alongside the breakwater ...
4 Jun 11
Local Area

Otok Brac (Dalmacie)

Brac, the largest (45 km to 12 km), the highest (780m) and the more varied of the islands of Central Dalmatia, has been inhabited since the Neolithic period.
Brac is located on the same latitude as Corsica and faces the east coast of Italy, is the southern island of Croatia.
There ...
5 Jul 11

Splitsko-dalmatinska županija (Split-Dalmatia County)

Split Dalmatia county covers theS  part of Dalmatia. The main town is Split, Croatia's second largest city by population and it is the largest city in Dalmatia.
Split is situated on a peninsula between the part E of the Gulf of Kastela and the Split Channel.
The city is ...
4 Aug 11

Dalmacija (Dalmatie)

Dalmatia (Croatian Dalmacija, Italian Dalmazzia) is a coastal region of Croatia along the Adriatic, stretching from the island of Pag in the northwest, the Bay of Kotor (Montenegro) to the south East.
It extends 350 km along the east coast of the Adriatic Sea about 60 km wide, ...
28 Mar 11

Croatia

Winds:Do not underestimate the winds, especially bura (bora) in the Gulf of Kvarner and the Velebit channel. Other winds are more "lenient" but their strength varies in intensity from north to south along the coast. For example, the "Mistral" (Mistral) which is especially nice ...
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Adriatic East

Winds—WeatherBora is the name of the cold and dry NE or N wind which blows with great strength and affects the Adriatic Sea in the cool season. It is much less frequent and generally much weaker in summer. This wind is felt strongly along both sides of the Adriatic and is especially ...
30 Jul 11

Adriatic Sea

The Adriatic Sea is a body of water separating the Italian Peninsula from the Balkan peninsula, and is a part of the Mediterranean Sea. The western coast is Italian, while the eastern coast runs mostly along Croatia, but lesser parts belong to Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, ...
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