Harbour in Olib on the island Olib, North Dalmatia, Croatia
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The port consists of two small inner ports: Olib and the Mole. The internal ports are reserved for local boats. At the pier, where ferries to Mali Losinj and Zadar also dock, some mooring places up to a water depth of 4 m are at the north and south sides with electricity and water connection. The south side is reserved for overnight guests. During summer buoys are anchored northeast in addition to the ferry terminal. The harbor is well protected from all winds but still, moorings on the northern side of the breakwater can be dangerous by winds from the W and NW. Along the mainland is the water at the pier shallow and in places heaped with stones. Restaurants and shops are on site.


  • Type of berthing:
    • Mooring line
  • Depth:0.5 - 6 m
  • Remarks:
    • Lovely town harbour


  • Electricity Electricity
  • Water Water


Wind protection:
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Safety note

-watch out for shallows all the way in front of the shore and marked shallows near Talo Point to the W
-to the N watch out for Kurjak Rock
-during summer squalls from the S sail into Silba Harbour

Ships and ferries can generate heavy swells here. Therefore, it is advisable to make sure the anchor holds well and, if necessary, to keep sufficient distance to the pier.

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