Sailing guide Croatia
A small uninhabited island between the island of Dugi otok and the Kornati archipelago. There is a strait on each side.
MALA PROVERSA - A 4 m deep and 20 m wide strait, where the currents can reach a speed of 4 knots. Small boats with a draught of up to 1 m can berth in front of the inn. There are a few mooring buoys for larger boats in the northwestern cove.
VELA PROVERS - A even though the name suggests that this strait is larger, it is only up to 2 m deep, so most boats navigate through Mala Proversa. The currents reach a speed of less than 3 knots. Boats can tie up to the pier in front of the inn in the southern part, where the sea is 3 m deep. Anchorage can be found in a small cove in the north, exposed to westerly winds, or in the Katina Bay in the south, which is exposed to southwesterly winds.