The Croatian coast has a network of over 50 marinas, all united in the Association of Croatian marinas. Marinas are constantly working on increasing their level of service and are striving to satisfy the needs and wishes of modern nautical guests. Their overall capacity is 16,000 sea berths and 8,500 land berths. There are also approximately 30,000 berths in ports and sports harbours.

Marinas cover the whole Croatian coast from Umag to Dubrovnik. Most of them are located in larger towns, while some are located in well-protected bays, in the vicinity of the most interesting natural and cultural attractions.

Many Croatian marinas have enriched their offer, the compulsory berth, water and power supply, with superb traditional cuisine, charter offer, apartments, health centres, bars and other additional services. An increasing number of Croatian marinas are awarded with the Blue Flag, an international ecology award for projects aimed at preserving the sea and the coastline.

Adriatic Croatia International Club, known as the ACI Club, is a leading nautical tourism company in Croatia with a unique chain of 21 marinas stretching from Umag in the north Adriatic to Dubrovnik in the south Adriatic and are offering a recognizable high level of service. 

No matter what area of the Adriatic you decide to visit, we are sure that the Croatian coast will enchant you and invite you to come again.

Istria region

ACI Marina Pula

Marinas strategic location within the naturally protected Pula harbor makes it an ideal starting point for exploring the beautiful Istrian coast and nearby islands. It's open year round.

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Marina Vrsar

The marina is open year round. It is located on the northern part of harbour, 500 meters from the town of Vrsar to the east. The settlement has a supermarket, shops, restaurants, post office and ATM-s.

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Umag marina

The marina is open year round. It is located in northern part of the Umag harbour in front of the Adriatic Hotel. It is the Croatian port nearest to Slovenia and is open to international traffic.

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Kvarner region

Marina Punat (Krk)

The marina is open year round. It is located north of Punat, beside the shipyard Punat, on the eastern shore of Puntarska Draga Cove on the island Krk. It is the oldest Croatian marina and has a European blue flag, an international ecological award for environmental protection.

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Zadar region

Sibenik region

Marina Kremik, Primosten

Marina Kremik is known for its beautiful location, nestled in a well-protected bay just 2 km south of the picturesque town of Primošten. Its charm is not only limited to its serene natural environment. The marina boasts superior facilities and services, making it one of the most preferred sailing starting points in Croatia. The marina is open year round. 

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Split region

Marina Kastela

Marina Kaštela is one of the newest Croatian marinas, situated on the South-East shore of Kaštela bay shielded by the Kozjak Mountain from the North while the Marjan and Ciovo peninsula guard its southern sea approach. The marina is open year-round. 

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Marina Trogir - SCT

Nestled in the heart of the Split region, Marina Trogir - SCT is a gem among Croatian marinas. Strategically located, this marina is an ideal starting point for exploring the stunning Adriatic Sea. With a blend of state-of-the-art facilities and a rich local culture, Marina Trogir - SCT has become a favourite destination for sailors and yachting enthusiasts.

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Marina Zenta, Split

Marina Zenta is located on the south side of Split, between the beaches of Firule and Žnjan. Despite its smaller size, this marina offers all the necessary facilities for sailing. The marina is open all year round.

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Dubrovnik region

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