PLOMINSKA LUKA (45° 06.8'N; 14° 12'E), deep cove about 3M northeast of Rabac. It is very deep and steep sided except at the end where inflowing streams make the seabed variable. The small town of Plomin (pop. 137 in 1991) is situated at the end of the cove.
Approach: It may be identified by the steep NE entrance at Masnjak point where there is a motel, the belfries of Plomin churches and the chimney of the thermo-electric power plant.
Mooring: The bora here is strong and dangerous and blows in gusts from SW, it blows in summer too, often unexpectedly. The sirocco causes a swell in the harbour. Anchoring is advisable in fine weather only (good holding bottom), anchoring is not recommended at the bottom of the bay because of the shallow rocky bottom.
Facilities: Water from the main. Provisions in local shops (limited).