There are 180 berths. Along the river the bora wind can be very strong, but the marina is well-protected.
Facilities include a reception office, water and power supply, showers and toilets, a restaurant in the harbour, telephones, a small shop and an exchange office. Technical services and repairs are possible.
In the area
Skradin is a small town on the shore of the river Krka about 15 km inland from the coast. It is one of Croatia’s oldest settlements, having been established as a town in the 2nd century BC and was the spot of the Illyrian settlement of Scardona.
Skradin is most famous for the waterfalls of Skradinski Buk.
There are good ferry links from Šibenik to Zadar and Rijeka to the north and Split and Dubrovnik to the south. These cities are connected by airlines with all of Europe. Skradin and Šibenik are connected by regular bus lines.