Port of the Republic of Croatia.Located on the east coast of the country.When East 1 standard is adopted.The maximum draft is 5.18 meters.The loading density of water is 1025 meters.The tidal change is 0.3m.The wind is changeable.The port is managed by the heval port authority.Pilotage is provided.VHF channel 16 is used for radio communication.Working hours: Negotiable, service facilities: fresh water, steamship, food supply, medical facilities and repatriation, no ship repair, tugboat, fuel ship, sewage, dry dock, etc.The port is deeply embedded into the bay. The main wharf is 400 meters long and is used by passenger ships and coastal ships with a draft of 5.18 meters.The big ship can only anchor at the anchorage in the west of the port, where the water depth is 20.12-29.26 meters.A bollard moored at the stern to a stone.
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Hvar Port (port code: HRHVA) is a small seaport of the Republic of Croatia. It is located in a sheltered inlet at the western end of the island of Hvar, approximately 38 kilometers south of Split.
The port consists of 1 main quay with depths alongside of 5.0 meters. It has facilities for handling break bulk. The harbour is situated in the northern inlet of Luka Hvar and is suitable for yachts.
The types of vessels regularly calling at this port are passenger vessels, accounting for about 81%; and sailing vessels, taking up around 13.5%. The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 111 meters. The maximum draught is 4.2 meters. The maximum deadweight is 700t.
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