Located in a nice little sheltered inlets, Zaton offers a small port and several anchorages. The entrance is about 1 NM NNE of otocic Daksa. The fire of Ruth Bat, W of the entrance to help identify him. Beware of submerged rocks to the east of the port, covered by 4.5 m of water. We moored along the harbor breakwater. The port is not free. You can anchor in the NE or SE of the port, avoiding the rock that lies to the east of the port. You can also anchor face, Stikovica by 7 m or N of the loop by 7 m. Open to the S / SE and SW.
Situé dans un agréable petit bras de mer bien abrité, Zaton offre un petit port et plusieurs mouillages.
L'entrée se trouve à environ 1 NM au NNE d'otocic Daksa. Le feu de Rt Bat, à l'W de l'entrée, aide à l'identifier. Attention au rocher submergé à l'E du port, couvert par 4,5 m d'eau.
On s'amarre le long de la digue du port. Le port est payant.
On peut mouiller au NE ou au SE du port en évitant le rocher qui se trouve à l'E du port.
On peut mouiller aussi en face, à Stikovica par 7 m ou tout au N de l'anse par 7 m.
Ouvert au S/SE et de SW.
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