VINISCE (43° 29'N; 16° 0.7'E), village (pop. 765 in 1991) and cove extending about 1M in from the sea, on the N end of Drvenicki kanal.
Approach: Shape course for the quadrangular stone tower (red light) on the S entrance of Artatur point. Care should be taken of the low Vinisce rock (3 m), which is hard to make out against the stony coast.
Mooring: Smaller yachts can moor at the inner side of the pier in depth of 0.93.7 m, on the NE coast. Here they are sheltered from all winds. The anchorage ground in the middle of the cove (depth about 15 m) is open to waves from the E. The bora is violent and anchoring yachts should secure ashore as well.
Facilities: Limited provisions and water in the village.