Baška Voda

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Baška Voda
43°21.413'N, 016°56.862'E Chart icon.png
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Baška Voda from NW

The village and resort of Baška Voda lies on the Adriatic coast of Croatia opposite the island of Brac four miles SE of the bay and harbour of Omis and six miles NW of the harbour of Makarska. The village, which dates from the 18th century, is now a popular tourist resort, with numerous hotels, villas and other tourist developments clustered around its small harbour.

The harbour itself has been converted into a mini ‘marina’ with 30 berths for yachts up to around 15 metres in depths of 4.0 metres. Shelter here is good from the prevailing winds but strong southerlies send in a heavy swell.

Charts

British Admiralty 1574
Croatian 100-21
Imray M26 (Split to Dubrovnik)

Weather

See Croatia.

Passages

See Croatia.

Islands

Communication

Turističko športska luka

Phone: +385(0)91 515 99 76
Fax: +385(0)21 620 244
Email: luka@baskavoda.hr
Address: Obala sv. Nikole 65, HR-21320 BAŠKA VODA

Also see World Cruiser's Nets.

Navigation

The are no dangers in the approach to Baška Voda, although depths along the coast here are relatively shallow for some distance off. The village lies under a high mountain range and can be difficult to identify until quite close in. From 2-3 miles off the masts of yachts in the harbour and the large curved breakwater protecting the harbour from NW will be clearly seen. The harbour is entered from SSE. Depths in the entrance are around 5.0 metres.

Berthing

Plan of Baška Voda
Yachts berthed on the pier, Baška Voda
Yacht moorings, Baška Voda

Baška Voda harbour

Baška Voda harbour/wiki/Ba%C5%A1ka_Voda#Ba.C5.A1ka_Voda_harbour
Berth icon Baška Voda harbour [[Baška Voda#Baška Voda harbour|Baška Voda harbour]] 43°21.449'N, 016°56.828'E

Baška Voda harbour is tiny and there is space for no more than 30 yachts on its piers and quays. Most of the moorings are occupied by local yachts and it is a question of fitting in as directed wherever there is space.

The deeper water is in the SE part of the harbour, where depths along the pier and breakwater are 3.0 - 4.0 metres. Laid moorings at all berths.

The inner side of the long breakwater towards its end is used by tripper boats.

Facilities in the harbour include water and electricity and there is a new toilet and shower block near the harbour. Nearby facilities include bars and restaurants, laundry and cycle hire. Daily berthing costs for a typical 13 metre yacht (August 2011): Euros 53.
Marinas & Yacht Clubs

Marina Ramova

Marina Ramova/wiki/Ba%C5%A1ka_Voda#Marina_Ramova
Berth icon Marina Ramova [[Baška Voda#Marina Ramova|Marina Ramova]] (Krvavica) 43°19.390'N, 016°58.830'E
The marina is located in 2.5 NM from Baška Voda, at the village of Krvavica. 160 berths at sea and 60 on land. Phone/Fax: +385 21 621 176, Mobile: +385 98 238 245, Mobile: +385 98 892 480.

Anchorages

None.

Amenities

Facilities
Water at the berths
Electricity at the berths
Toilets
Showers
Laundry In the village
Garbage Some bins in the village
Supplies
Fuel None
Bottled gas
Chandlers
Services
Repairs
Internet From internet cafes
Mobile connectivity
Vehicle rentals Rental outlets in the village
Health

Provisioning

A few provisions shops in the village.

Eating out

Several cafes and restaurants in the village.

Transportation

Tourism

The village is sandwiched between the coast and the mountains and its main attractions are those of its beaches and the trekking opportunities in the mountains two kms inland.

Links

For other useful websites, see Croatia.

References

See Croatia.

Comments

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  • Data compiled from web research (please update if possible)--Athene of Lymington 11:55, 8 August 2011 (BST)


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Names: Haiqu, Athene of Lymington


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