Tips & Tricks

Elektroormarići “Plus Marine” 

KADA KORISTITE UTIČNICU 16A

Marina Punat osigurava izravni, uzemljeni priključak električne energije s obale. Napon u ovoj marini je 230 V - 50 Hz a utičnice su po standardu EN 60609-2.    
Radi optimalnog  i sigurnog priključivanja svih brodova u marni moguće je koristiti  samo jedan priključni kabel, odnosno jednu utičnicu. 
Na taj način poštujemo sigurnosnu normu. 








 
 

Sailing in&out - what to do in Bura conditions?

Jugo (Scirocco) is a warmer and more wet wind that comes from the South. Gives you a lot of time to prepare for it as it takes longer of time to become strong.
Bura (North-East wind) on the other hand comes quickly, plunges down from the mountains and can make calm sea into a rough 2 meters waves in just 15-20 minutes.
What to do? First of all watch weather forecast. DHMZ (www.meteo.hr) is a National weather forecast service mostly used by the local fishermans and sailors because of it’s reliability. Wind forecasts by hours, rain and sea conditions, temperatures, it’s all there.
There is only one problematic chanell in the whole North Adriatic and that is Velebitski kanal (Velebit’s channel) known for the bura. As long as you are in the shelter of Krk you’re safe, but the wind that plunges down from mountain gets acceleration in a three miles wide passage between Krk and island Prvić.

If you’ve seen the weather forecast and you’re still keen on passing theBura conditions channel, this what you can do:
1. Head down from Punat close to the coastline passing Stara Baška.
2. Continue down into the channel and few miles afterwords turn 90 degreees right towards Rab.
After a strong front wind you’ll get a back wind to carry you to Rab. As soon as you get into the shelter of Prvić, the bura will lose it’s strenght as well.


Return to Punat:

Stick close to the coastline of Island Rab up to lighthouse Kalifront. After the lighthouse, do not try to sail directly to Punat, but take NNE kurs to 3,5 miles distant lighthouseBura conditions Sorinj. You will have a strong bura blowing directly into you but after the lighthouse, you can take the NNW kurs directly to lighthouse Negrit.

In the case of a strong bura, turn the boat in front of zone C, and sail into peer C1 backwards. It’s easier to manoeuvre this way.
The stronger the bura, the faster you should sail to keep the control over the boat.
In bura conditions, call channel 17 – Marina Punat to send a sailor to help you with mooring.






 
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