- Marina Dinevi is located 6 nautical miles west of Cape Emine and 3 nautical miles north of the traverse of the town of Nessebar.
- The coordinates of the entrance green light of the port are 42º 42.339’N – 027º 45.984’E
- The port entrance is from the West and in the dark part of the day it is marked with red and green constantly flashing navigation lights with a viewing distance of 2.5 nautical miles.
- VHF connection channel 73, call sign “Marina Dinevi”.
- Yachts coming out of the harbor enjoy an advantage over the other entrancing vessels.
- It is forbidden to use the permanent anchor.
- The maximum depth of the access channel and aquatory is 3.50 meters, which determines the maximum draft of the vessels of 2.50 meters.
- The maximum allowed speed in the port is 3 knots. To avoid dangerous situations when entering and exiting the port, you need to maintain this speed by passing the green navigation light at the entrance.
- The port mooring plan is of a mixed type: bow – stern and board.
- Yachts up to 8.50 m long are to be positioned by board at the floating pontoons or at the place indicated by the official on duty.
- Yachts with a length of more than 8.50 m are to be positioned bow – stern by using anchor ropes provided by the port.
SOME APPROXIMATE DISTANCES BY SEA TO OTHER BULGARIAN PORTS:
SOME DISTANCES BY LAND TO OTHER BULGARIAN CITIES AND BORDER CHECKPOINTS:
You can reach the harbor by car from the main road Sunny Beach – Elenite by following the signs to the Marina.
The public transport from Nessebar, Sunny beach and Burgas is also regular and year-round.
Average length of time by car
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