BRBINJ - ISLAND OF DUGI OTOK
BRBINJ (44° 04.4'N; 15° 00.6'E), village (pop. 168 in 1991) and cove on the NE coast of Dugi otok.
Approach: Brbinj may be identified by the white tower (white light) at the extremity of the N end of the cove (Koromasnjak point).
Mooring: The N part of the cove is protected from all winds, the outer part is exposed to the bora. Small yachts can moor at the quay (depth 1 m) and the mole fronting the village (N part of the cove), which is also used by local passenger ships. W from the village there is the Lucina cove, good for anchoring of yachts of all sizes. Anchorage gives protection from all winds. In the cove there is a landing ground for car ferries.
Facilities: Post office. The boatyard in nearby Lucina bay undertakes the construction and repair of all types of boats and smaller vessels.