Krk National Park, Skradin
Follow the Rijeka (river) Krka north-west past the Sibenik water front then up stream through the Proklajansko Jezero until you reach the town of Skradin. This is as far as the river is navigable for yachts and it is from here that water buses depart to travel the final couple of kilometres up stream into the Krka National Park where the water falls are one of the ‘natural wonders’ of Croatia.
At Skredin you have the choice of mooring at the ACI Marina to the north of the channel, or dropping anchor in one of the three the small bay on the south side of the channel. During our visit anchoring seemed at least as popular as the marina pontoons. However (according to the pilot) anchoring is only allowed during the day so you will have to either return down stream before dark or head into the marina if you intend to stay the night.
For more information on ACI Skradin click here
For more information on Krka National Park click here
Shelter: Good though winds may be channelled from NE
Depths: 2-7 metres
Hazards: Low bridge up stream - clearance 8 metres
Shore Access: Quay front in Skradin
Services: Local services and access to Krka National Park
Thursday, 21 May 2009
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