Harbour in Molat on the island Molat, North Dalmatia, Croatia
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The port Molat consists of an inner and an outer harbor. The inner harbor is reserved for local boats. The outer harbor consists of a ferry with an adjacent wharf. In water depths from 1-4 m up to 30 yachts mooring lines exist. Power is available at every seat, water only temporarily. The small sanitary facility of the port was closed in 2012. The harbor is well protected but still a bit dangerous during wind from W and SW. Due to the tides on the N, W, SW sides, use the mast to dock. Restaurants, cafes and shops are also on site.


  • Number of berths:30
  • Type of berthing:
    • Mooring line
  • Depth:1.5 - 5 m


  • Electricity Electricity
  • Sanitary Facility Sanitary Facility
  • Water Water


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Safety note

The harbour is not safe in summer when SW or W winds are blowing and create high waves.


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