Bay on the coast of W O. Silba. There is a dock in the bay where you can moor. Ferry uses the end of the platform. Funds right of the wharf are from 1 m to 4 m at the beginning to the end. The dock provides a safe haven by Bora.
Baie située sur la côte W d'O. Silba.
Il y a dans cette baie un quai où l'on peut s'amarrer.
Le Ferry utilise l'extrémité du quai. Les fonds au droit du quai vont de 1 m au début à 4 m à l'extrémité.
Le quai offre un abri sûr par Bora.
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