One of the closest anchorages to Kremik, for those on a bare-boat charter from the marina there it is possible to get off the pontoons and get to this small and picturesque town in good time to find a mooring buoy. These are laid in 5-6 metres lying in the shelter of the town to the east of its harbour.
When picking up a buoy select any available one to suit and the staff will collect fees from a rib. If anchoring find a spot somewhere between the town harbour and the fishing quay in around 6 metres. While the location is idillic and the town well worth the visit if the weather is south-westerly or southerly a swell builds up in the bay making the mooring buoys very uncomfortable (hence 3 flags - otherwise it would have been 4) and to be avoided in such weather if space is available against the wall.
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For information about Kremik Marina click here
Shelter: All directions except south west and south
Depths: 6 metres
Bottom: Shingle and stone
Holding: Good holding only with a fisherman’s anchor only. Buoys provided
Hazards: None listed
Shore Access: Town of Primosten, tie up tender in the harbour.
Services: Local and regional
Thursday, 21 May 2009
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