There are 450 berths.
The marina is protected by a breakwater, but the bora wind can be felt strongly when blowing down the river valley.
Facilities include a reception office, water and power supply, showers and toilets, a restaurant, a café/bar, laundry, various shops, a hotel, a fuel station, an exchange office, tennis courts and a swimming pool. The marina is equipped with a crane (5t), two travel lifts (25t and 60t) and a slipway. Most repairs to hulls, engines and electronics are possible.
In the area:
Dubrovnik, known as the "Pearl of the Adriatic" is perhaps the most famous tourist destination in Croatia, as well as all of the Mediterranean. Founded in the 7th century, Dubrovnik is rich in culture and history and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The sites to visit in Dubrovnik are numerous and require several days to visit properly. They include towers, fortifications, churches, the Duke's Palace, museums, etc., but perhaps the quickest way to immerse yourself in the heritage of Dubrovnik is to walk through the Stradun, visiting Luza Square, Sponza Palace and Orlando’s Column.
From the port of Gruž, Dubrovnik is connected to all major ports in Croatia (Rijeka - Zadar - Split - Stari Grad - Korčula - Dubrovnik). Regular ferry lines link the city to Venice, Rimini, Ancona, Pescara and Bari in Italy. In addition, the airport (Čilipi) connects the city of Dubrovnik with all major European cities. From early morning until 02:00 in the night, the bus lines connect the marina with the port of Gruž and the city.