There are 175 berths for yachts up to 18 meters and additional 30 land berths.
The marina is protected from all winds and sea.
Facilities include a reception office, showers and toilets, water and power supply, a restaurant, a small shop and an exchange office. There is a crane (15 t) and a slipway for yachts up to 8 meters.
In the area:
The island of Pag is the most economically developed of the Croatian islands. It is well known for its sheep, the cheese they produce and its traditional lace. It does not have any especially picturesque landscapes, yet it still has its own particular charm. Šimuni is a small fishing village about 11km from the town of Pag, which is located in the Bay of Pag, where the sea is shallow and the mud is considered to be healing. The town of Pag dates from the 15th century, and a portion of the town wall, the Collegiate Church and St. Marguerite Church (both 15th century) are well preserved. There are nice panoramic views from the tops of St. Vid and St. Juraj. A summer carnival is organized annually in the Bašaca Campground.
The northern part of the island is connected to the mainland by ferry line Prizna - Žigljen and the journey takes only 15 minutes (direction Rijeka). The southern part of the island is connected to the Adriatic highway (direction Zadar, Split).