Baska Voda


A busy mainland town overlooking Brac island with facilities.

"Baška Voda (pronounced [bâʃkaː vɔ̌da]) is a municipality in Croatia in the Split-Dalmatia County. It has a population of 2,775 (2011 census), 96.2% of which are Croats. It is located on the Adriatic coastline of Dalmatia 10 km northwest of Makarska." Wikipedia

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Bobovisce Market
3 . Bobovisce Market

This friendly but tiny market has a small selection of most produce including home made olive oil.

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4 . Navis Yacht Charter

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6 . Adriatic Challenge

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8 . Fortunal Charter

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9 . Bomi Ship

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10 . Nautika Kufner

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Baska Voda Marina
1 . Baska Voda Marina

A large popular well sheltered marina surrounded by plenty of shops and restaurants.

Brela Harbour
2 . Brela Harbour

A sheltered harbour offering good facilities for a limited number of visiting yachts.

Promajna Harbour
3 . Promajna Harbour

A large but simple shelter offering almost no facilities.

Ramova Harbour
4 . Ramova Harbour

A sturdy and relatively large harbour offering a mixture of basic facilities at the foot of Krvavica village.

Rasotica Bay
5 . Rasotica Bay

A small bay situated between Povlja and Sumartin on the eastern coast of Brac Island offering limited anchoring.

Dalmacija Hotel Harbour
6 . Dalmacija Hotel Harbour

A small harbour to the north west of Makarska next to the beach and a few restaurants.

Makarska Harbour
7 . Makarska Harbour

A large pontoon with long shore-side mooring in the western side of a natural bay protected by a break-water.

Povlja Bay
8 . Povlja Bay

A forked bay tucked in around the headland providing fixed shore-side mooring and a collection of shops and restaurants.

Povlja Cove
9 . Povlja Cove

A small narrow cove on the alternative fork of Povlja Bay offering anchoring near the swimming area.

Sumartin Harbour
10 . Sumartin Harbour

A ferry harbour with a large breakwater cutting the mooring into two sections, one providing good shelter for small vessels. A good number of bars, restaurants and facilities.

Radonja Bay
11 . Radonja Bay

A bay to the east of Sumartin Harbour offering refuelling and mooring for small vessels.

Pisak Harbour
12 . Pisak Harbour

A small open-sided harbour 5km to the east of Mimice towards Brela.

Mimice Harbour
13 . Mimice Harbour

A simple open-sided small harbour surrounded by apartments and hotels.

Luka Bay
14 . Luka Bay

A pretty area at the end of a long bay, offering anchorage and limited restaurant provided fixed mooring on the south side.

Studena Bay
15 . Studena Bay

A large bay south of Sumartin on the south-east of Brac Island offering exposed anchoring.

Lozna Cove
16 . Lozna Cove

A small narrow cove offering limited anchoring situated between Pucisca and Povlja.

Tucepi Harbour
17 . Tucepi Harbour

A local harbour with 30 berths for visiting yachts with good facilities.

Podgora Harbour
18 . Podgora Harbour

A large harbour with a series of pontoons with limited vacancy for visiting yachts.

Pucisca Port
19 . Pucisca Port

A historic large port with fixed mooring but no break-water and therefore exposed to sea swell and gusts. Provides a range of restaurants and facilities.

Lucica Caklje Harbour
20 . Lucica Caklje Harbour

A small local harbour with limited space for visiting yachts.

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Donja Brela
1 . Donja Brela
(Central Dalmatia )

A mainland resort over-looking Brac island with a harbour.

2 . Makarska
(Central Dalmatia )

Makarska is medium size town on the Croatian mainland.

3 . Povlja
(Brac Island )

Povlja is a village on the island of Bracin Croatia. The village itself is located in a deep natural harbour surrounded by many other deep natural harbours, bays. Wikipedia

4 . Sumartin
(Brac Island )

Sumartin is a port village in Croatia on the island of Brac. It is connected by the D113 highway and by ferry. Wikipedia

5 . Mimice
(Central Dalmatia )

A small coastal mainland village with a single jetty.

6 . Tucepi
(Central Dalmatia )

A coastal town on the mainland overlooking Brac and Hvar islands.

7 . Podgora
(Central Dalmatia )

A small local village with limited mooring.

8 . Pucisca
(Brac Island )

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(Central Dalmatia )

A small village with little chance of mooring in the harbour.

10 . Omis
(Central Dalmatia )

A town on the mouth of the river Cetina offering little shelter.

11 . Igrane
(Central Dalmatia )

A small busy coastal mainland town over-looking Hvar island with limited mooring.

12 . Pokrivenik
(Hvar Island )

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13 . Zivogosce
(Central Dalmatia )

A coastal mainland village with limited mooring.

14 . Postira
(Brac Island )

Postira is a village and a municipality in Croatia in the Split-Dalmatia County on the island of Brac. Wikipedia

15 . Bol
(Brac Island )

Bol is a town on the south of the island of Bracin the Split-Dalmatia County of Croatia, population 1,661. Bol is renowned for its most popular beach, the Zlatni Rat. Wikipedia

Dugi Rat
16 . Dugi Rat
(Central Dalmatia )

A small local village harbour on the mainland south of Split.

17 . Splitska
(Brac Island )

Splitska is an ancient village on the island of Bracin Croatia. The population is 381. The village got its name from a derivative of Split. Wikipedia

18 . Blato
(Central Dalmatia )

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19 . Vrboska
(Hvar Island )

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20 . Jelsa
(Hvar Island )

Jelsa is a town in Croatia, on the island of Hvar, the seat of the eponymous municipality within the county of Split-Dalmatia. Wikipedia

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