Harbour Silba

Harbour in Silba on the island Silba, North Dalmatia, Croatia
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Since the port is no longer officially operated, the berths are free of charge. The restaurant Silba offers to reserve berths and therefore to keep them free. This service is also free, but it is then mandatory for the crew to go to the Silba restaurant for dinner. The city Silba extends across the entire width of the narrowest point of island Silba. Although the residents have adapted to tourism, Silba has retained its charm and its authenticity. Many hiking paths lead to the sand and pebble beaches of the island. The port Silba lies on the eastern side of the island. Breakwaters protect the harbor, where yachts moor at water depths between 1 and 3 m with mooring lines. Due to the shallowness of water, docking must be made at some places with the bow ahead. Water and electricity is available. When entering, attention must be paid to the flat running mooring lines. Bora at the port creates a strong tide. Restaurants, bakeries, shops, and much more are right in town.


  • Type of berthing:
    • Mooring line
  • Depth:0.5 - 3 m
  • Remarks:
    • Lovely town harbour


  • Electricity Electricity
  • Water Water


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Safety note

-watch out for rocks and shallows on the inner side of the breakwater
-when strong bura and tramontana are blowing it is advised to anchor in Sv. Ante or Olib.

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