The marina is open year round. It is located on the south-eastern shore, almost at the end of the bay Supetarska Draga. It is surrounded by pine trees and olive groves.
The marina has 270 berths. The cove is well-protected from all winds except from the northwest. However, the marina has a breakwater, adding protection even from these winds.
Facilities include a reception office, water and power supply, showers and toilets, a restaurant, telephone, minimarket, parking and an exchange office. Regular weather reports are also available. The marina is equipped with a slipway, a hoist (10 t) and can undertake general repairs.
In the area:
The town of Supetarska Draga is on the north-western part of the island of Rab, which is located between the islands of Krk and Pag in the northern Adriatic. The town is located along the southeast coast of the bay of Supetarska Draga. Near the town is the church of St. Peter from the 11th century. A portion of the bell tower is in its original form and contains two bells: one from 1299 and the other from 1453. Other places to visit on the island include the towns Rab, Lopar and Barbat na Rabu.
The island of Rab and the mainland are connected by regular ferry lines Jablanac - Mišnjak (17 km) and by the seasonol ferry line Lopar - Baška. From Supetarska Draga there are bus lines to Lopar (5 km) and Rab (7 km).