Marina Mali Losinj, Mali Losinj, Kvarner, Croatia
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General - Marina Mali Losinj is located on the northeast side of Mali Losinj harbor, between the quay for passenger ships and the Prolaz Privlaka canal, in the Kvarner region of Croatia on the Adriatic Sea. The facility offers berths.
Open - The marina is open year round
Hours - Not known.
Arrival out of hours - Not known.
Formalities - Not known.
Address - Privlaka bb, 51500 Mali Losinj
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Position - 44°32.40' N - 14°28.20' E
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Depths at MLW ;-
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Protection/Shelter - Not Known.
Approach and Entrance - Mali Losinj is usually approached by passing between the islands of Murtar and Zabodaski and then passing between Torunza and Kriz points. It is also possible to enter the harbor by passing through the artificial canal Prolaz Privlaka (3m deep and 6m wide) when the bridge opens at 0900 and 1800.
Slips & Moorings - There are 150 berths for yachts up to 20 m
Maximum length - 20m
Water - On the pontoons.
Electric - On the pontoons.
Fuel - Gasoline & Diesel
Weather forecast - Not known.
Security - Not Known.
Internet Access - Not Known.
Other Marina Facilities, Services & Supplies - Toilets, Showers, Laundry.
Boatyard Facilities & Services - Limited repairs can be undertaken.
Shopping and Provisions - Minimarket within the marina comples.
Bank or ATM - Not known.
Chandlers or Ships' Store - Not Known.
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Fishing Tackle - Not Known
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Butane/Camping Gaz/Propane - Not known.
Ice - Not known.
Restaurants & Eating Out - There are several restaurants close to Marina Mali Losinj.
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Sightseeing - The town developed from a small village primarily between the 18th and 19th centuries with the growth of shipbuilding and resulted in a style of houses called "captain's house" that are placed in the middle of a Mediterranean garden with architectural features from late Baroque and classicism. Among the interesting sites to see are the church of St. Martin, built between 1450 and 1490, the church of The Nativity of Our Lady from 1696.
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