TELASCICA - ISLAND OF DUGI OTOK
TELASCICA (43° 55'N; 15° 10'E), natural harbour in a deep uninhabited bay on the SE end of Dugi otok.
Approach: From open sea the following landmarks can be identified: Grpascak hill and the lighthouse on the islet of Sestrice vele (white light); next to the lighthouse attendant's house there is an iron tower with spiral red and white bands; red tower (red light) on the Vidilica point.
Mooring: The bay affords good anchorage and shelter to yachts of all sizes; it is particularly attractive for a longer stay. The bora is violent and a strong sirocco may cause a considerable sea. During the bora larger vessels should anchor some 800m WNW of the islet of Korotan, during the sirocco some 400m S of the islet. Small yachts can anchor E or SE of Skoljic rock but should take care of the remains of the masonry mark on the shoal some 200m SW of the rock.
The buoy in the middle of Tripuljak cove (on the W coast) is reserved for naval vessels.
Facilities: Provisions are available in the village of Sali.