Uvala Sunj 

4.3 (15 ratings)
  • 42° 40' 45" N, 17° 57' 16" E / See on the map

Characteristics

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

Type of seabed

  • Sand

  • Seaweed

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

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

User reviews (15 ratings)

  • Baron
    Baron ~ 09/05/2021
    Rantje | Sailboat ~ 12.98 m

    Very nice bay, keep an eye on south winds.

    Sehr schöne Bucht, Südwinde im Auge behalten.

  • Barbara
    Barbara ~ 06/09/2020
    Pink Penguin | Sailboat ~ 14.1 m

    We anchored not too close inside as there are many dayboats. There is lots of sand around 9-10m. Super holding. Stayed 2 nights. Just make sure there are no big winds around as bay is open for swell.

    We anchored not too close inside as there are many dayboats. There is lots of sand around 9-10m. Super holding. Stayed 2 nights. Just make sure there are no big winds around as bay is open for swell.

  • Vu360 ~ 14/08/2020
    blue saga | Sailboat ~ 13.5 m

    We anchored here for 5 days. The evenings were quiet and the days hectic with day trippers. 2020 is already a quiet year. Any other year this would be an extremely busy place in the summer, but we enjoyed the sandy beaches, quiet evenings, and beautiful island. We hiked back and forth across the island almost daily. The bay is mostly sand with patches of seaweed and some rocks. We had trouble setting the anchor on the north side as theirs too many rocks and seaweed, but the south side is perfect with large patch of sand and strong hold. Use google maps to see where the seaweed is located and avoid that, if you want a more secure anchor. More info about travel from our site: www.thebluesaga.com.

    We anchored here for 5 days. The evenings were quiet and the days hectic with day trippers. 2020 is already a quiet year. Any other year this would be an extremely busy place in the summer, but we enjoyed the sandy beaches, quiet evenings, and beautiful island. We hiked back and forth across the island almost daily. The bay is mostly sand with patches of seaweed and some rocks. We had trouble setting the anchor on the north side as theirs too many rocks and seaweed, but the south side is perfect with large patch of sand and strong hold. Use google maps to see where the seaweed is located and avoid that, if you want a more secure anchor. More info about travel from our site: www.thebluesaga.com.

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