MARINA ACI Marina Milna

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ACI Marina Milna is located in the heart of the small town of Milna, on the west coast of Brač Island, 18 km from the island’s capital of Supetar. The third largest of the Croatian islands after Cres and Krk, the island of Brač is a very popular resort island, which lies 10 miles SE of the city of Split, directly north of the island of Hvar and east of the smaller island of Šolta, from which it is separated by a narrow strait (the Split Gates). Situated in Milna bay, one of the best-protected bays on Brač Island, Marina Milna offers a safe shelter in all weather conditions. The marina is open all year round. The busiest time of the year is during the months of July and August.

Berths

ACI Marina Milna has 183 wet berths and 15 dry berths, all of which are provided with water and electricity.  It can accommodate boats and yachts up to 25 m long. Water depth in the marina ranges from 2 to 7 metres.

  • Number of berths 183
  • Dry berths 15
  • Maximum length overall/LOA 25 metres
  • Max. draft 7 metres
  • Depth 2 - 7 metres
  • Berthing assistance Yes
  • Type of berthing Mooring line
  • Water Yes
  • Electricity Yes

Amenities

  • 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
  • Garbage and recyling bins
  • Slipway
  • 8 t crane
  • Diving services
  • Car and scooter rental

Useful Information

Situated in the centre Milna, all facilities Milna offers, such as an ambulance, dentist, pharmacy, post office, police station, bank, farmer’s market, fish market, several restaurants and shops are within walking distance of the marina. The nearest general hospital is in Split.

There is an airport on Brač Island (Brač Airport) near the town of Bol, which is used for commercial passenger flights, mainly charter traffic from Europe during the summer season.

The island of Brač is connected with the mainland city of Split by ferry, which departs from Supetar several times a day. Seasonal ferry line connects Milna with Split. The island is also connected to Makarska by ferry from Sumartin, and with Jelsa on Hvar Island from Bol. Local bus lines connect all settlements on the island with Supetar. Split is the nearest all-year round port of entry, and Hvar is the nearest seasonal port of entry.

 

Milna Bay forks into two branches – Žalo in the N and Pantera in SE, where the ACI marina is located. There are no hazards when approaching Milna Bay and ACI Marina Milna. In the Split Gates, in front of Milna Bay (2.5 miles from Milna) lies the islet of Mrdulja, which can serve as a landmark when approaching. The islet is also notable for being the turning point of the local Mrduja Regatta, an annual sailboat competition.

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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Info

  • ACI - Milna, Milna, Croatia
  • 43° 19' 33.5"
  • 16° 26' 51.1"

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