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Fluctuating sea level of the oceans - tidal phenomenon: Kuramathi, Rasdhoo Atoll, Maldives

The sea level of the oceans is not constant, but changes continuously. The phenomenon of tides is familiar to all; the average water level seems to remain more or less the same during the short period of a human lifetime. But this is not the case. It can change by a few millimeters, but also in the meter range within...

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Wind (Bora, Jugo, Bura, Nevera / Neverin, Maestral), weather in the Adriatic Sea and Croatian Islands. A thunderstorm is moving over a marina.

The subject of wind, or the Latin term "Ventus", exerts a not inconsiderable influence on seafaring in the areas of Croatia, Slovenia and northern Italy, depending on the strength measured in Beaufort. For this reason, skippers should familiarize themselves with the peculiarities of the particular area in which they are sailing, because anyone who is not familiar with the harbingers...

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Adriatic: Gas platform Ivana D disappeared

Update 15.12.2020, 23.00 h The missing gas platform Ivana D has been found, the platform sank off the Croatian coast near Pula. Read more. That certain things such as the famous socks in the washing machine or the car keys simply disappear, that is something we have long since come to terms with. But the Croatian petroleum company INA currently...

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Get weather warnings with the SeaHelp App.

Naturally, you should always expect predictable, but also unforeseeable, short-term weather changes such as storms, heavy rain or thunderstorms on the Adriatic Sea in the area of Croatia. That's why SeaHelp has integrated the "Weather Warning" function in the free SeaHelp app for iOS and Android devices, which alerts users to such weather phenomena via push message. In addition, the...

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Yacht stranded

The Croatian coastline is 1,777 kilometres long and adding the 1,185 islands, it totals to more than 6,000 kilometres of coastline, according to official measurements. Even relatively unexperienced skippers should be aware that, especially during the summer months, severe local storms might approach all of a sudden, in no way predictable when watching the daily weather report in the morning....

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