FAZANA (44° 56’N; 13° 48’E), small town (pop. 2,716 in 1991) and harbour on eastern shore of Fazanski kanal (opposite Veli Brijun island).
Approach: The church belfry is the main landmark. The harbor is enclosed by a breakwater to the N (at its head a red cylindrical over with red light) and to the S a pier (on its head a white cylindrical tower with green light).
Then the harbor is approached from the S care should be taken of the shallow rocky bottom extending 400m offshore. The western edge of dangerous shoals is marked by two green conical buoys, these should be left to starboard. A number of underwater pipes and cables are laid between Fazana and Veli Brijun island.
Mooring: The harbor is protected from NE and SE winds and sea; W and NW winds are dangerous because they cause rough sea in harbor. Anchorage is 0.3M northwest of the harbor. Only small raft can berth in the harbor moored at the pier. The depth at the smaller pier is about 2m and at the southern pier 3.54.0m. On the pier there is a hydrant and electricity connections.
Facilities:. Hotel, several restaurants, medical services, reception offices for excursions to Brijuni.
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