Uvala Mir 

4.3 (19 ratings)
  • 43° 53' 40" N, 15° 9' 19" E / See on the map

Characteristics

  • Anchor
    Allowed
  • Mooring buoys
    Available
  • Anchor stern to
    Unavailable
  • Lines ashore
    Not necessary

Type of seabed

  • Sand

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

  • Beach
    Unavailable
  • Snack
    Available
  • Water
    Unavailable
  • Dock
    Unavailable

Information on mooring buoys

  • Phone
  • VHF channel
  • 15 m
    Length
  • Seasonal
  • Yes
    Guest buoys
  • 50
    Number of buoys

User reviews (19 ratings)

  • Volpert ~ 14/09/2020
    Alicja | Sailboat ~ 11.99 m

    Perfect bay with a great walk over the cliffs and around the lake. The restaurant is also good and has fair prices. Gladly again!

    Perfekte Bucht mit tollem Rundgang über die Klippen und um den See herum. Auch das Restaurant ist gut und hat faire Preise. Gerne wieder!

  • matias
    matias ~ 22/08/2020
    Whisper | Sailboat ~ 9 m

    We took the central chest, away from the whole row of others. The rangers told us it was the one with the largest concrete pad. It is obviously reserved for large units, but we were not moved. Suddenly, after some threatening skies and distant thundering sounds, the wind picks up. It quickly climbed to 30 knots, then shortly after 40 and finally 50 knots. Several peaks at 55 ... and one at 60 knots. We had put our rope in the loop of the one that connects, below, to the buoy. I had also wrapped the mast in a steel cable that plunged deep into the water. It lasted almost 2 hours. Then the hail fell, very severe. The sea, of course, remained manageable, being almost closed like a lake. Conclusion: the best possible place to take shelter from a stormy depression. The feeling of security is total. And the beauty of the place is in no way altered by bad weather!

    Nous avons pris le coffre central, éloigné de toute l'enfilade des autres. Les rangers nous ont dit que c'était celui qui a le plus grand socle de béton. Il est visiblement réservé à de grandes unités, mais on ne nous a pas déplacé. Soudain, après quelques ciels menaçants et bruits de tonnerre lointain, le vent se lève. Il monte rapidement à 30 noeuds, puis peu après 40 et enfin 50 noeuds. Plusieurs pointes à 55... et une à 60 noeuds. Nous avions passé notre cordage dans la boucle de celui qui se raccorde, en-dessous, à la bouée. J'avais aussi enroulé le mât dans un câble d'acier qui plongeait profondément dans l'eau. Ça a duré près de 2 heures. Puis la grêle est tombée, très rude. La mer, bien sûr, restait maniable, étant presque fermée comme un lac. Conclusion: le meilleur endroit possible pour s'abriter contre une dépression orageuse. Le sentiment de sécurité est total. Et la beauté du lieu n'est en rien altérée par le mauvais temps!

  • Andrea
    Andrea ~ 21/08/2020

    Wonderful place, beware that it is outside the Kornati park and you have to pay the entrance (1 night kn350) Many buoys It looks like a Canadian lake

    Posto meraviglioso, attenzione che è fuori dal parco delle Kornati e bisogna pagare l’ingresso (1 notte kn350) Tante boe Sembra un lago canadese

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