1.6 M deep bay to the SE, in the NW end of Rab. We will stay 0.1 M from the shores of the bay to tackle some rocks, especially on the N shore.We anchor towards the bottom of the bay by 2 to 10 m on a good sand bottom. Bay not protected from N and NW winds.There is a village with a shop on the NE coast, and nearby a few docks with very little water for local boats.
Baie profonde de 1,6 M vers le SE, dans l'extrémité NW de Rab. On se tiendra à 0,1 M des rives de la baie pour parer quelques roches, en particulier sur la rive N. On mouille vers le fond de la baie par 2 à 10 m sur fond de sable de bonne tenue. Baie non protégée des vents du N et du NW. Il y a un village avec une boutique sur la côte NE, et à proximité quelques quais avec très peu d'eau pour les embarcations locales.
Baia profonda 1,6 m a SE, all'estremità NW di Rab. Resteremo a 0,1 M dalle rive della baia per affrontare alcune rocce, soprattutto sulla sponda N.Ancoriamo verso il fondo della baia da 2 a 10 m su un buon fondo di sabbia. Baia non protetta dai venti di N e NW.C'è un villaggio con un negozio sulla costa NE e vicino a pochi moli con pochissima acqua per le barche locali.
Olipski Kanal leads NNW between the E side of Otok Silba and the W side of Otok Olib and merges into the N end of Pohlipski Kanal. This channel is deep and has a minimum navigable width of 0.7 mile. It is often used by vessels proceeding to and from Zadar. Good anchorage is ...
Otok Olib is located E of O. Silba. It belongs to Zadar archipelago.The island has been inhabited since Roman times. The residents bought their island in 1900. The only village on the island was established around the port. To the east of the island you will find some small hidden ...
Otok Plavnik lies with Rt Veli Pin, its N extremity, located 0.7 mile E of the E side of Otok Cres and divides Srednja Vrata in its S part into two channels. This cliffy island is 194m high and partly wooded. Several small islets lie on a shoal bank which extends about 1.5 miles ...
Silba is a small island, 8 km long where
there are no vehicles and no hotels. Inhabited since Roman times, the Latin "silva" (forest) which gave its name to the island is covered with trees.On the island there are shops, restaurants and taverns, caffe bars,
post office, ...