PRIZBA (42° 54'N; 16° 48'E), fishing village (pop. 10 in 1991) and anchorage on the S coast of the island of Korcula; S of it lies Blato town and harbour (pop. 4,093 in 1991).
Approach: The anchorage ground is surrounded by a string of islets (Stupa, Crklica, Sridnjak, Vrhovnjak) and by a number of above-water rocks (Cerin) and submerged rocks.
Mooring: The anchorage is exposed only to SE and SW winds. Smaller yachts can find shelter from S winds in the small cove of Prizba mala or under the N coast of the islet of Sridnjak. The depth at the molehead in Prizba mala is only about 1 m.
Facilities: Hotel, restaurant. Provisions and water.