Zaljev Vela Luka is a large bay on the E O. Korcula. Many coves occupy the bay. At the bottom of it is the port of Vela Luka, an active and well sheltered. Easily identifiable by day or night, you can enter this great bay in all weather. Dangers in the general approach are the rock and shoal off Rt Velo Dance and rocks and shoals of O. Proizd. In the bay, Otok Kamenjak (which carries a light and a beacon) is extended by an area of shallow (6 m), 0.5 M SW O. Kamenjak. The best is to go to S Kamenjak then to proceed to the fire from the tip of the N input from Vela Luka, passing N O Osjak.
Zaljev Vela Luka est une grande baie située à l'E d'O. Korcula. De nombreuses anses occupent cette baie. Au fond de celle-ci se trouve le port de Vela Luka, très actif et bien abrité.
Facilement identifiable de jour comme de nuit, on peut entrer dans cette grande baie par tous temps.
Les dangers dans l'approche générale sont le rocher et haut-fond au large de Rt Velo Dance et les rochers et hauts-fonds d'O. Proizd.
Dans la baie, Otok Kamenjak (qui porte un feu et une balise) est prolongée par une zone de hauts-fonds (6 m), à 0,5 M au SW d'O. Kamenjak. Le mieux est de passer au S de Kamenjak, puis faire route sur le feu de la pointe N de l'entrée de Vela Luka, en passant au N d'O Osjak.
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