Lonely beach at all times

Galjola Island and lighthouse | General info
Mar. 05, 2012 @ 1:27 | MattK

Lonely beach at all times
Lonely beach at all times
Lonely beach at all times
Lonely beach at all times
Lonely beach at all times

Whenever I cross the Kvarner I like to stop by Galjola – if the weather allows it. Last few times it didn’t. But these photos show, that it can be a very nice experience. Small island with a lighthouse and pebble beach.

Nautic tips: wach out for shallow waters on SW and NE side – do not go to close, but at the same time, on these spots is where you can drop anchor if you wish.

Maračol in September

Maračol bay, island Unije | Nautic
Mar. 05, 2012 @ 1:24 | MattK

Maračol in September
Maračol in September
Maračol in September
Maračol in September
Maračol in September

Island Unije in Kvarner has three nice bays to stay the night with a boat. Maračol used to belong to the Yugoslav army and was closed to general public for a long time.

Now there is an anchorage there with 50 buoys to tie your boat to. Off course they are full during summer and you have to be very early if you want one. The price is 13 hrk/m.

If you’re too late, there are still Podkujni and Vognišca but no buoys. Island Unije is the last island before crossing the Kvarner which can be pretty rough in bad weather. It’s very open and the winds are strong, especially NE wind Bora.

Osor marina and anchorage

Osor, Cres Island | Nautic
Nov. 13, 2016 @ 12:21 | adrialog

Osor marina and anchorage
Osor marina and anchorage
Osor marina and anchorage

The town of Osor lies on Cres with a opening bridge connecting islands Cres and Lošinj. The channel between the islands called Kavuada was dug in the roman times. The depth in the channel is 2,5 m but can go as low as 2,2 m so we reccomend you watch the tide. The bridge opens for marine traffic every day at 9AM and 5PM for 30 minutes but smaller boats can pass under all the time.

There are two bays N of the bridge that are fairly OK to anchor but both are fairly deep. Anchoring on 8 to 20 m depth. One bay is on the Lošinj side called Uvala Skaline and the other is Uvala Bijar on Cres side. Skaline is more protected from winds from the S and SW and Bijar more from winds from NE and SE.

South of the bridge there is a smal marina with a pontoon with about 50 berths. The depth ranges from 0,5 m up to 4 m. There are also 12 buoys along the Cres side.
The chanal is marked and very narrow (only 12 m) with depth of around 3 - 4 m. Bora (NE wind, gusty and choppy wave) can be very strong and it can be dangerous passing through the bridge canal in case of strong Bora.

There are shallows E and W of the marked chanal so we reccomend keeping inside it all the time unless you have very shallow draft.

New buoys at anchorage on Susak

Susak Island | Nautic
Mar. 18, 2012 @ 23:41 | MattK

New buoys at anchorage on Susak
New buoys at anchorage on Susak
New buoys at anchorage on Susak
New buoys at anchorage on Susak
New buoys at anchorage on Susak

East of the Port of Susak, there are now buoys and official anchorage, which are very close to one another so you have to tie your boat into quarter mooring tying one line to stern and one to the bow of your boat.

The bay is open towards NE so you better do this right!

Privlaka Bridge

Mali Lošinj Island | Nautic
Mar. 03, 2012 @ 15:25 | MattK

Privlaka Bridge
Privlaka Bridge
Privlaka Bridge
Privlaka Bridge
Privlaka Bridge

Privlaka Bridge is connecting the Lošinj channel with Port Mali Lošinj. It’s approximately 8 meters wide and around 80 meters long.

At the shallowest point there is about 2,5 m depth and there is strong current of 5 knots in under the bridge, so sailing boats must sail through with almost full power or almost none at all.
You’ll definitely feel which way you’re going.

Bridge clearance is also important information. It’s 2 meters at mid tide. Any higher and you get a convertible.

Opening hours are at 9 AM and at 18 PM. The bridge stays open for 30 minutes.

MattK | Mar. 03, 2012 @15:25

In high season everything runs slower, because of heavy traffic. Sometimes you have to wait as much as an hour. Anyway my point is don’t be hasty, you’re in no hurry, get yourself a beer and wait.

Mali Losinj right after rain

Mali Losinj | Nautic
Apr. 30, 2009 @ 17:42 | SkipperTim

Mali Losinj right after rain
Mali Losinj right after rain
Mali Losinj right after rain
Mali Losinj right after rain

Check out these colours yesterday afternoon when it stopped raining. Pictures are taken from our sail boat, mored in Losinj harbour.
skipper tim

izaija | Jan. 02, 2010 @15:07

nice..you can just feel the quietness

Anon | Jan. 04, 2010 @13:12

yeah and the rainbow is beautiful!

Krivica Anchorage

Krivica Bay, Mali Lošinj Island | Nautic
Oct. 02, 2016 @ 17:36 | adrialog

Krivica Anchorage
Krivica Anchorage
Krivica Anchorage
Krivica Anchorage

Krivica anchorage is a secluded bay on SW side of Mali Lošinj island, Croatia. It is known by boaters and sailors for its curved shape, which is why the anchorage is protected from all winds. The only part of the anchorage that is not well protected is the entrance to the bay. It is wider and open towards West.

The anchorage is very peaceful and quiet off season, but during summer time it is full of sailing boats and motor yachts. In 2011 there were buoys placed there and it costs 16 Croatian kuna per meter of boat length to stay for the night.

There are only 10 spaces with buoys but there is space enough for at least 60 more yachts to anchor and go stern to and put warps around by trees close by. You will be charged for the berth anyway because the whole anchorage is under service concession, as most of Croatia’s safe anchorages are these days. The seabed is sand and the anchor holds very well.

If you feel like a short hike, it’s worth climbing up the hill to St. Ivan chapel. It’s about 25 minute walk and the path is quite nice, though we recommend having good shoes or at least don’t go climbing it wearing your flip-flops.

After you get back down and don’t feel like cooking your own dinner, there is a lovely restaurant called after the next bay and anchorage, Balvanida and it is on a path half way between the two anchorages.

There is a floating grocery store - a rib coming into Krivica bay twice a day. You can always get fresh bread, pastries, fresh fruit, vegetables, eggs, milk, cheese, but you can also ask them to bring you anything you whish from Mali Lošinj or Ilovik island on their next trip.

Krivica Anchorage
Protected from: winds from all directions
Seabed: sand
Depth: 1 - 4 m
Working: April 15th - October 30th.
Closest fuel station: Mali Lošinj 6,5 NM
m: +385 (0) 91 332 94 60
e: sanjin@diver.hr

Nice to take a swim, but don’t stay the night

Plijeski bay, Mali Lošinj | Nautic
Mar. 03, 2012 @ 15:33 | MattK

Nice to take a swim, but don’t stay the night
Nice to take a swim, but don’t stay the night
Nice to take a swim, but don’t stay the night
Nice to take a swim, but don’t stay the night

The last bay on SW side of island Mali Lošinj is called Plijeski. It’s relatively open so I don’t recommend staying the night but it’s very nice to take a swim because of its turquoise water and sandy beach.

If you want to drop anchor and stay the night I recommend coves Krivica, Balvanida or island Ilovik a little further to the south.

You may also get lucky and get a bite to eat from the tourist boats which come there every day and prepare barbecue – usually fresh fish and squid.
The most Famous of these boats is a small ship called Mate or Mateo.

Lon Bay and hungry kittens

Rovinj | Nautic
Mar. 08, 2012 @ 13:27 | BootStrap

Lon Bay and hungry kittens
Lon Bay and hungry kittens
Lon Bay and hungry kittens
Lon Bay and hungry kittens
Lon Bay and hungry kittens

Lon anchorage near ACI marina Rovinj is a nice spot to drop anchor if you have no desire to pay for a berth and still wish to enjoy the beauties of one of the nicest Istrian towns Rovinj.

It has a huge impact from Venetians and some parts of the town even look like Venice to a degree.

The seabed in Lon is sand with some sea grass so most anchors will hold pretty well there. The depth varies from 8-15 meters. The bay is open towards NW wind called Maestral, which can be pretty strong during stable summer weather conditions but only during the day so you’re safe at night.

If you tie your dinghy at the breakwater of the marina you will probably see happy stray kittens by the dumpsters. They are very well cared for –they even have a carpet and regular meals.

Rovinj’s big and small changes

Rovinj | Culture & History
Mar. 02, 2012 @ 00:30 | BootStrap

Rovinj’s big and small changes
Rovinj’s big and small changes
Rovinj’s big and small changes
Rovinj’s big and small changes
Rovinj’s big and small changes

I found these postcards from Rovinj my mom had stashed in a shoe box. When I visited Rovinj about a year ago it was a totally different sight. Even old towns such as Rovinj are slowly but constantly changing.
On the last photo taken from the curch hilltop, there was no marina yet and no ugly hotels.

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