Veli Dervnik is a small island off the shore of Trogir, its large open harbour has a wall to the north of the entrance long enough for between 15 and 20 boats. While some reports suggest that lazy-lines have been laid, as of 2008 it was still a case of dropping an anchor and motoring back onto the wall. It should be noted that holding in front of the wall is not great either.
The harbour is quiet however and the island is a beautiful and unspoiled spot with interesting walks. There are several restaurant/bars in the village along with a small but well stocked shop. The port also has a ferry dock (with services morning and evening) where a yacht might moor temporarily to collect crew.
In the southern part of the bay it is possible to anchor in 6-8 metres of water but bearing in mind the access for ferries. Take a line ashore if necessary. Good protection from all weathers
The wall is supposed to be being developed into a ‘marina’ (possibly a serviced harbour facility) in which case expect facilities to improve.)
Harbour wall - (no lazy lines as of 2008)
Ferries to Trogir (morning and evening)
Sunday, 10 February 2013
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