Wooded bay near the middle of W coast of Otok Premuda. The SE part of the bay offers the best protection from 12 m to 4 m. Attention to the following islands and reefs which run parallel to the coast on an axis NW - SE, at the W Uvala Premuda, the SE part of these reefs is largely submerged. On entering the bay well rounded tip to prevent S advanced rocky shoals that extends a short distance to the N.
Baie boisée presque au milieu de la côte W de Otok Premuda.
La partie SE de la baie offre la meilleure protection par 12 m à 4 m.
Attention à la suite d'îlots et de récifs qui s'étendent parallèlement à la côte sur un axe NW - SE, à l'W de Uvala Premuda, la partie SE de ces récifs est en grande partie submergée.
En entrant dans la baie arrondir largement la pointe S pour éviter une avancée de hauts-fonds rocheux qui se prolonge sur une faible distance vers le N.
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