Sailing guide Croatia
A large settlement west of Vodice. Its beautiful old part lies on an islet which is connected with the mainland by a stone bridge. There are beaches in the Rupa Bay and in the small bays west of the settlement. Tribunj was built in the 18th century by refugees from the neighbouring mainland settlements. Its main attractions are the Church of sv. Nikola (St. Nicholas) from 1452 and the remains of a medieval fortress. The port is exposed to the southerly wind. The bora is moderate. The port is accessible from the southeasterly direction. Small yachts can navigate between the islets of Lukovnik and Logorun. Small boats can berth on the western side of the bridge, while large boats can berth in a harbour in the southern part, where the sea is up to 3 m deep. Due to its two off-shore islands, the port is only exposed to southeasterly and westerly winds. There is a repair shop for small boats in the Sovlje Bay.
TRIBUNJ MARINA (022)439-315 - There are 350 berths, 50 spaces for dry storage, a repair shop and a launch ramp. The marina is open year round.