Uvala Porat 

4.2 (9 ratings)
  • 44° 30' 59" N, 14° 17' 17" E / See on the map

Characteristics

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

Type of seabed

  • Sand

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

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

User reviews (9 ratings)

  • Fabrizio
    Fabrizio ~ 31/07/2021
    Magia | Motorboat ~ 12 m

    Small sandy bay with a decent anchorage. Protected with 20 from the north but not all the others, the base is small and therefore enters the wave

    Piccola baia di sabbia con un discreto ancoraggio. Protetta con i 20 da nord ma non tutti gli altri.la base è piccola e quindi entra onda

  • Francesco
    Francesco ~ 16/07/2021
    Draco | Sailboat ~ 10.3 m

    Wonderful, clear water and a sandy bottom. Suitable for north and east winds only. It is worthwhile, but very open for the night harbor.

    Acqua meravigliosa,limpida e fondale sabbioso. Adatta solo da venti da nord e est. Vale la pena,ma molto aperta per la rada notturna.

  • Stefan ~ 06/05/2021
    Liv | Sailboat ~ 14.04 m

    One of my favorite bays. The water is as clear as a swimming pool. Unfortunately, anchoring has recently been banned here, at least to stay overnight. I was advised by a motorboat with several Croatians that one would have to tie up at the buoy opposite in Port Susak. The boat also waits impatiently until one has actually left the bay again. Unfortunately, I cannot judge whether it is really forbidden. Nothing is drawn in the maps. I had suspected that the Croatians might want to earn some money from the buoy, but we weren't getting any money from the buoy. Maybe someone can describe similar experiences here?

    Eines meiner Lieblingsbuchten. Wasser klar wie im Swimmingpool. Leider ist offensichtlich seit neuestem hier Ankern verboten, zumindest zum übernachten. Ich wurde von einem Motorboot mit mehreren Kroaten darauf hingewiesen, dass man gegenüber im Port Susak an der Boje festmachen müsste. Das Boot wartet auch ungeduldig, bis man tatsächlich die Bucht wieder verlassen hat. Ich kann aber leider nicht beurteilen, ob es wirklich verboten ist. In den Karten ist nichts eingezeichnet. Ich hatte vermutet, dass die Kroaten vielleicht an der Boje etwas Geld verdienen wollten, aber wie wurden an der Boje nicht abkassiert. Vielleicht kann jemand ähnliche Erfahrungen hier schildern?

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