PASMAN - ISLAND OF PASMAN
PASMAN (43° 57.5'N; 15° 23.5'E), village (pop. 452 in 1991) and small harbour at the narrowest part of Pasmanski kanal.
Approach: Landmarks include the round green tower with an open framework structure (green light) on the head of the E breakwater and the belfry in Lucina cove, NE of the village. Entering and leaving harbour is difficult because of the strong currents at the entrance (see Pasmanski kanal).
Mooring: The harbour is protected from all winds except the north-westerlies. The inner harbour is mainly occupied by local fishing boats. Smaller yachts can moor along the breakwater. Depth in the harbour 14 m.
Facilities: Post office, medical service. Provisions and water available.
Sights: Rodjenje Marijino church (Birth of Our Lady, 9 C?, enlarged in 18 C); two early Croatian chapels in Pasman Mali.