Called also Uval Zal (Croats cards) this large bay on the W coast of Cres is well protected. Will be seen by approaching an isolated villa in the garden surrounded by walls almost to sea level The best anchor and the more sheltered cove is in N, N between the tip of the bay and the point of the villa. Anchor by 3-8 m on sand bottom and herbs of good behavior.
Appelée Uval Zal (cartes Croates) cette grande baie sur la côte W de Cres est bien protégée.
En se rapprochant on verra une villa isolée au jardin entouré de murs presque au niveau de la mer.
Le meilleur mouillage et le mieux abrité se trouve dans l'anse N, entre la pointe N de la baie et la pointe de la villa. On mouille par 3 à 8 m sur fond de sable et d'herbes de bonne tenue.
Chiamata Uval Zal (mappe croate), questa grande baia sulla costa occidentale di Cres è ben protetta. Avvicinandoci vedremo una villa isolata con giardino circondato da mura quasi a livello del mare.L'ancoraggio migliore e più riparato è nella baia N, tra il punto N della baia e la punta della villa.Bagniamo da 3 a 8 m su un fondo di sabbia ed erba di buon comportamento.
Otok Unije, a long and irregular shaped island, lies with Rt Vnetak, its SW extremity, located 7 miles NNW of Otok Susak and at W from N O. Losinj from it is separated by Unijski Kanal. The island consists of a chain of partly wooded hills and the summit, 132m high, stands in the ...
This area is located between Cape Kamenjak SW Marler and heading to the N. Seven small islands surrounded by rocks and shoals dot the entrance Medulinski Zaljev. Four tags indicate isolated rocks in the W of the bay, their presence is uncertain.The chanel between Rt Munat et ...
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 ...
Kanal Vela Vrata connects the N end of Kvarner to Rijecki Zaliv and leads between the N end of Otok Cres, on the E side, and the mainland coast, on the W side. The channel is deep and clear, the bottom being formed of mud.
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 ...