ISLAND OF LAVSA
LAVSA (43° 45'N; 15° 22.5'E), cove on the N coast of the islet of the same name.
Approach: From the open sea, the islet of Gustac can be identified by its reddish cliffs. The passage between Piskera and Lavsa is 6m deep; in the N part of the passage, between Lavsa and the islet of Gustac is a shoal (5 m).
When approaching from SE, go between Opat point and Smokvica vela island (coast light, red flashes) or between the islands of Smokvica vela and Skulj and enter Kornatski kanal (consult Chart 10020). The summits of these islands and Kurba vela island are conspicuous from afar.
Mooring: The depth in the cove decrease from 30m at the entrance to 3m further inshore. The cove is a good anchorage and shelter, but with strong N winds blowing, go to the anchorage NE of the islet of Panitula mala (depth 30 m).
In the inner part of the cove is the anchorage of Piskera Marina with plastic buoys.
Facilities: Provisions in Piskera Marina.