There are 300 berths.
The marina is well-protected from all winds by the peninsula on which the old part of Zadar is situated and by a breakwater.
Facilities include a reception office, showers and toilets, water and electricity hook ups, laundry, a restaurant, telephones, a café/bar and various shops (nautical equipment). A fuel station is located in the cove Vrulja. The marina is equipped with a travel lift (50t) and two hoists (6.5t and 15t). It is also possible to have various reparis done.
In the Area:
Zadar is a city and port on the mainland in the center of the Croatian Adriatic.
Numerous national parks are in the vicinity of Zadar: Plitvice, Paklenica, Krka and Kornati as well as the nature parks Velebit and Telascica. One of the most important sites to visit in Zadar is the church of St. Donat , which is the symbol of the city. It is one of the most important structures of the Croatian early Middle Ages. Zadar also is home to many museums: the Archaeological Museum (established in 1830), the Maritime Museum and the National Museum , including the Art Gallery and the Department of Natural Sciences. Among Zadar's well-known specialities is the liqueur Maraskino, which was a favorite drink in the European courts of the 19th century.