The marina is open year round. It is located northwest from the harbour of Zadar, and is generally utilized by local residents.
There are 250 berths for small yachts. The marina becomes progressively shallower towards its inner end and towards the beginning of each pier.
The marina is protected by two breakwaters.
Facilities include water and power supply, showers and toilets, parking and currency exchange. Other facilities are available in the nearby Marina Borik or in Zadar.
The marina has two hoists (2.5 and 5.5t) and a slipway.
In the area:
Zadar is a city and port on the mainland in the centre 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 favourite drink in the European courts of the 19th century.