Otok Brac: Splitska
The small village of Splitska is located in an inlet (Uvala Splitska) on the northern shore of Brac around 2nm east of Supetar. The inlet has two arms that splay SE and SW from wide entrance to the bay and the village is located along the eastern shore of the eastern arm of the bay. Pilots suggest that anchoring is possible in the western arm of the bay however during our visit in 2012 there as an extensive swimming area demarked with strung buoys there which would seem to preclude anchoring.
The visiting yacht moorings are against the harbour wall (in 2-3 metres of water) at the northern end of the village (to the north of the church tower) and are clearly visible as you approach. There is a harbour master’s assistant on hand to help you moor (during the summer season at least) and laid moorings with water and power.
Our 2012 visit was a look in without stoping so we have no formal rating or review for this harbour. Anchoring at that time seemed to be under the eastern shore of the eastern inlet north of the town with a line taken ashore, though one pilot shows a power cable in that area so use caution.
The eastern arm of this harbour is exposed to northerly and NNWly winds. The western arm provides good shelter (if you can find an anchorage there) but is exposed to north-easterly winds.
Splitska’s claim to fame is that the stone for Diocletian’s Palace in Split was quarried here.
Harbour wall - power and water
Harbour assistance (summer)
Fuel available at the jetty next to the fish factory in Milna or in Split
Shops and services?
Buses connect with other towns on Brac?
Wednesday, 25 July 2012
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