“A chain of 22 charming marinas in Croatia”
ACI Marinas operates the Mediterranean’s largest marina chain, with 22 charming facilities set along the Croatian coastline; 11 of which offer secure marina berthing and quality marine facilities for superyachts up to 70 metres LOA.
Contact ACI MarinasAddress: Ulica Maršala Tita 151 Opatija, Croatia 51 410
Tel: +385 (0)5 17 04 00 4
ACI’s established marinas offer secure berthing for luxury yachts and superyachts in well-appointed facilities across the Croatian regions of Istria, Kvarner, Sibenik, Split and Dalmatia, making for a perfect stay in the Adriatic.
Its beautiful Adriatic marinas have ample shore-support and facilities, including WLAN Internet, restaurants, snack bars, toilet, laundry and shower facilities, nautical equipment stores and maintenance shops. Provisioning and oil disposal is also available on request.
ACI Marinas in Istria, CroatiaACI operates four marinas in Istria in northern Croatia, with three able to accommodate super and megayachts up to 70 metres LOA.
Umag is the first nautical entry port into Crotia from central Europe, and home to ACI Marina Umag with a total of 475 wet berths for superyachts up to 40 metres LOA.
ACI Rovinj is situated in a Croatian fishing port on the west coast of the Istrian peninsula. On its reopening in 2018, it will be able to accommodate superyachts up to 60 metres LOA, offering 192 berths.
ACI Pula is set at the heart of a historic natural harbour, offering 194 berths for vessels up to 25 metres LOA.
ACI Marinas in Kvarner, CroatiaACI operates another five marina facilities in Kvarner, with ACI Opatija and ACI Cres accommodating superyachts up to 50 metres LOA.
ACI Opatija is situated in the town of Ičići, offering superyacht berthing in some of the best anchorage grounds for yachts up to 40 metres LOA, across 281 berths.
ACI Cres is a large marina, set at the centre of the largest and sparsest Adriatic island of the same name. The facility has 461 in-water berths for yachts and superyachts up to 50 metres LOA.
ACI Supetarska Draga
Set on the Croatian island of Rab, ACI Supetarska Draga offers 328 equipped marina berths and 53 dry berths.
ACI Rab is a seasonal marina on Rab Island, operating 142 secure marina berths and supporting amenities between 1st April to 31st October every year.
Set in the west of Pag Island at the entrance to Dalmatia, ACI Šumuni is the last marina in Kvarner, with 191 berths and 55 dry berths.
ACI Marinas in Dalmatia, CroatiaACI operates 13 marinas in Dalmatia, with ACI Split, ACI Palmižana and ACI Skradin accommodating superyachts, and Dubrovnik, Slano and Korčula capable of accommodating yachts 20 metres to 40 metres LOA.
ACI Marina Skradin is set in central Adriatic, and is a favourite with wooden boats due to the site’s rare combination of salt and fresh water. It offers 180 berths for megayachts up to 70 metres LOA.
ACI Trogir is set on the island of Čiovo, with 174 wet berths and 35 dry berths available to visiting yachts.
ACI Split is a superyacht marina, set in the most beautiful part of the city’s port. Boasting excellent protection from rough seas and southerly winds, its 318 wet berths accommodate yachts up to 60 metres LOA.
Set on the west of the island of Brač, ACI Milna is set within a charming bay harbour that’s sheltered from all winds, making it one of the safest bays for charters during the summer season. It has 183 wet berths and 15 dry berths for visiting yachts.
Vrboska is arguably one of the most beautiful towns due to its geographical location on the car-free island of Hvar. The ACI marina is set on the northern coast, deep in a bay with numerous small bridges, earning it the nickname of ‘Little Venice’. It has 119 berths and 17 dry berths for visiting yachts.
ACI Palmižana is also set on Hvar, in one of the safest bays in the Adriatic, making it the perfect retreat for those who wish to escape busy city life. As such, it is a seasonal marina, with 180 berths open from 1st April to 31st October each year.
ACI Marina Korčula is set right next to the historic centre of the medieval town of Korčula, offering 159 wet berths and 16 dry berths for superyachts up to 40 metres LOA.
ACI "Vejiko Barbieri" Slano
ACI ‘Veljko Babieri’ Slano is the newest ACI Marina, named after the founder of the ACI Marinas chain. It offers 193 sea berths to yachts up to 20 metres LOA in beautiful surroundings.
ACI Dubrovnik is one of the most well adorned of the ACI Marinas, having been awarded the Blue Flag for its perfectly clean sea. It provides year-round berthing for superyachts up to 60 metres LOA across 380 sheltered wet berths.
Contact ACI Marinas today for more information and berthing availability in any of its Croatian marina facilities.
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