Luka Muna

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Luka Muna
43°39.754'N, 015°39.394'E Chart icon.png
lat=43.66256 | lon=15.65657 | zoom=15 | y
Luka Muna from the SE

The harbour of Luka Muna is situated halfway along the NE-facing coast of the island of Žirje in Croatia.

The harbour consists of a small, V-shaped inlet quayed at its head and protected from the NW by a breakwater which also acts as the ferry jetty.

Visiting yachts can tie up alongside or, at busy times, stern or bows-to using their anchor on the quay SE of the breakwater or, when a ferry is not due, alongside the ferry jetty.

The inlet is protected in winds from most directions but is open to the NW.


See Northern Dalmatia.


See Croatia.


See Croatia.


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There are no dangers in the immediate approach to Luka Muna. Depths in the harbour entrance are 15.0 - 18.0 metres and on the quays 2.0 - 2.5 metres.


Šibenik is the nearest all-year round port of entry. During the summer, Sali on Dugi Otok and Primošten on the mainland are also ports of entry.


Reportedly in the season, there are approimately 20 berths at the SW quay equipped with mooring lines. Mooring fees are collected, no water and electricity is provided though. The depths at the quay are in range from 2.0 - 2.5 metres and 8.0 - 10.0 metres further out of it.

Note: There are numerous small boat moorings along the quay and care is needed when berthing.

If a ferry is not due, it is also possible to go alongside the ferry jetty, where depths are 8.0 - 10.0 metres, but you must be prepared to move off if a ferry is imminent. Shelter in the harbour is good in all but with N and NW winds.

Marinas & Yacht Clubs







 /wiki/Luka_Muna#.26nbsp.3BProvisions icon   [[Luka Muna# | ]] Small shop in the village (a bit towards the head of the harbour).

Eating out

 /wiki/Luka_Muna#.26nbsp.3BEatingout icon   [[Luka Muna# | ]] Restaurant, caffé/bar.


Car ferries to Šibenik on the mainland.


There is little to do except walk the 500 metres up the hill to the island ‘capital’, village of Zirje, where there is a small shop.


Contact details of "Cruiser's Friends" that can be contacted for local information or assistance.


List links to discussion threads on partnering forums. (see link for requirements)


See Zirje.


See Croatia.


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