Chartering a Boat in ACI Marina Korčula
Our wide selection of boats available for charter in ACI Marina Korčula area ensures that you'll find the perfect vessel for your sailing adventure. Choose from sailing yachts, catamarans, or motorboats, and book your dream vacation with ease.
Mooring and berths in ACI marina Korčula
The marina features 159 berths, each equipped with water and electricity connections, and can accommodate boats up to 50 meters in length with a maximum draft of 5 meters. The marina is well-protected from all winds. Additionaly, there are 16 dry berths in marina. Open year-round, the marina is perfect for both peak season and off-season sailing adventures from Korčula island.
For the berth prices, visit the official ACI marina Korčula pricelist.
Facilities and services in ACI marina Korčula
On-site facilities include
- a fuel station
- 24/7 reception
- complimentary Wi-Fi
- clean and modern sanitary facilities
- laundry service
- well-stocked grocery store
- nautical equipment store
- exchange office
ACI Marina Korčula provides a range of services to ensure a smooth and stress-free experience for sailors. These services include boat maintenance and repair, a 10-ton crane for boat lifting, waste disposal, and round-the-clock security.
In the area nearby the ACI marina Korčula
Korčula is a town on the north-eastern coast of the island of Korčula. It is built on a peninsula connected to the island by a narrow isthmus. Korčula is perhaps best-known as the birthplace of Marco Polo. It is full of wonderful alleyways and is one of the most popular destinations in Croatia, which offers a wealth of attractions such as the Cathedral of St. Mark, the Marco Polo Museum, and charming medieval streets. If you're in the area on July 29th (each year, but also sometimes repeated during the tourist season), don't miss the Moreška. Performed in Korčula since the 15th century, it is a traditional dance performance in which the knights of the White King battle the knights of the Black King to rescue the princess abducted by the Black King. The island is also home to beautiful beaches like Vela Przina and Pupnatska Luka, as well as lush vineyards and olive groves. Recommended sailing routes include visits to neighboring islands like Mljet, Lastovo, and Hvar, or exploring the stunning Pelješac Peninsula.
Connections and other useful information
ACI Marina Korčula is easily accessible by road, ferry, and catamaran from major Croatian coastal cities such as Split, Dubrovnik, and Hvar. The nearest airport is Dubrovnik Airport, located approximately 120 km away, providing convenient access for international travelers.The town of Korčula is connected by ferry lines to the town of Orebić (peninsula Pelješac), from which one can easily reach the nearest airport.
The best time to visit and sail in Korčula is between May and October when the weather is warm and sunny. Don't miss the chance to sample local cuisine at one of Korčula's many restaurants, offering delicious dishes made from fresh, locally-sourced ingredients.