MARINA ACI Marina Korčula
Romulić & Stojčić
Romulić & Stojčić
Romulić & Stojčić
Romulić & Stojčić

ACI Marina Korčula is located in Korčula Town on the NE end of Korčula Island, which lies between the island of Hvar (12 miles to the N) and the smaller island of Lastovo (10 miles S). Korčula Island is separated from the Pelješac Peninsula on the mainland by a mile-wide channel. ACI Marina Korčula is situated immediately to the south of the historic centre of Korčula Town, a beautiful medieval town on a small peninsula surrounded by walls, often referred to as “Little Dubrovnik”. Sheltered by a 200-metre-long breakwater, the marina offers a safe refuge from all winds except very strong SE winds, which cause an unpleasant swell in the marina. ACI Marina Korčula is open all year round. The marina is extremely busy during the summertime, especially in July and August. So, if you want to find an available place to moor, make sure to arrive before 2 p.m. or book a berth in advance.


ACI Marina Korčula has 159 wet berths and 16 dry berths, all of which are equipped with water and electricity. The marina can accommodate megayachts up to 40 metres in length. Water depth in the marina ranges from 2 to 5 m.

  • Number of berths 159
  • Dry berths 16
  • Maximum length overall/LOA 40 metres
  • Max. draft 5 metres
  • Depth 2 - 5 metres
  • Berthing assistance Yes
  • Type of berthing Mooring line
  • Water Yes
  • Electricity Yes


  • Reception desk
  • Currency exchange
  • Cash machine (ATM)
  • Fully accessible toilet and shower facilities
  • Maintenance and repair shop
  • Wi-Fi
  • Launderette
  • Restaurant
  • Cafe
  • Nautical equipment shop
  • Grocery store
  • Fuel station
  • Car park
  • Garbage and recyling bins
  • Hairdresser’s
  • Accommodation
  • 10t crane

Useful Information

There is an ambulance, dentist, pharmacy, banks, post office, ferry port, shops and restaurants in the immediate vicinity of the marina. There is also a border crossing point in town that is opened all year. The nearest general hospital is in Dubrovnik (120 km) and the nearest airport is Dubrovnik Airport in Ćilipi, 140 km from Korčula.

Frequent daily ferries connect Korčula Town with the mainland town of Orebić on Pelješac peninsula. There is also a seasonal ferry line operating from June to September, which connects Korčula Town with the following towns: Rijeka, Dubrovnik, the town of Drvenik on the Makarska Riviera and Ancona in Italy. There is also a daily catamaran service to Split, as well a daily ferry service from Vela Luka (40 km away) to Split. Korčula Island is also connected to Vela Luka and other settlements on the island by local bus lines.

Caution is required when approaching the marina from the east as there are few shoal patches nearby. In the approach from the south, the safest route is by rounding the Sestrice and Stupe Velike lighthouses from the north. When approaching from Hvar through the Peljašac Channel, the marina is sighted after rounding the red lighthouse, which serves as a landmark, and the whole of the peninsula. During summer storms, the western part of the town harbour should be avoided.

Price & Inquiry

Prices are based on the season and vessel’s length overall (LOA). For detailed information and price list please

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  • ACI Marina Korčula, Korčula, Croatia
  • 42° 57' 31.0"
  • 17° 8' 8.23"

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Aterina Restaurant

Trg Korčulanskih klesara i kipara 2 20260 Korčula

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Don Pavla Poše 1-6 20260 Korčula

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