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Uvala Sipnate (Kornat)

Uvala Sipnate (Kornat)



Uvala Spinate ou Spinata is located at NW of Uvala Bele Lucice.

Sheltered from all winds.

Mooring: (smaller vessels) in the bay (up to 5 m deep; buoys); (bigger vessels) in the passage between island Šilo Velo and the coast of the island Kornat (depth 12-15 m; muddy bottom)

Warning: shallows and reefs all around island.

Uvala Sipnate (Kornat)
Uvala Spinate ou Spinata est au NW de Uvala Bele Lucice.

Bien protégée.

On mouille dans la baie par 5 m ou sur un corps-mort.
Dans le passage entre l'île Silo Velo et la côte de Kornat on peut mouiller par 12/15 m.

Attention aux hauts-fonds et rochers autour de l'îlot.

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