SVETI JURAJ (44° 56'N; 14° 55'E), village (pop. 691 in 1991) and small harbour on the coast of Velebitski kanal, some 4 M south of Senj.
Approach: The rocky islet of Lisac and the quadrangular tower with a red column (red light) on the head of the L-shaped mole (visible from the NW quadrant) can be easily identified.
Warning: Care should be taken of the Sika od Malina shoal, some 1.3 M south of the harbour (depth 2 m). At the N edge of the shoal there is a column with black and red bands surmounted by two spheres. It is not possible to navigate between the islet of Lisac and the mainland.
Entering the harbour during a strong bora is dangerous.
Mooring: The harbour is exposed to SW and NW wind; it is sheltered from the sirocco. The bora is very strong but does not cause a sea in the harbour. Westerlies can cause dangerous waves. Yachts can moor alongside the the L-shaped mole or use the fourpoint moor closer to the root of the mole.
Facilities: Harbour master's branch office and post office, a hotel, several restaurants and various shops selling food and other provisions. Water from the waterworks.