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Scedro

The island of Scedro lies to the south of Hvar, and is separated from it by the Scedrovski Canal.  In the past, the island was home to a monastery and had farms and a fishing industry but these days there are few, if any, inhabitants.  A Dubrovnik yacht charter to Scedro allows you to explore the coastline of the island, stopping at whichever of the many scenic coves take your fancy.

Uvala Manastir on the north coast of the island is the inlet that was the location of the Dominican monastery which was founded here in the 15th century and abandoned in the 18th century. There are a few holiday houses here and one small bistro but no other facilities.  Uvala Manastir is a very attractive, sheltered anchorage that is ideal for swimming.

Luka Lovisce is another nearby anchorage that is popular with visiting charterers – it’s also a great place to spend an afternoon swimming and relaxing before heading ashore for dinner at one of the unpretentious bistros where you can be guaranteed a pleasant evening in the company of other yachtspeople.

 

Mooring:

  • At Uvala Manastir, anchor in an appropriate depth, avoiding the mooring buoys.  The bottom is sand and weed.
  • At Luka Lovisce, anchor in one of the side inlets in 8 – 10 metres (26 – 33 feet). There are some bollards ashore for lines.

To Do:

  • Swim
  • Relax

Facilities:

  • Bistros