MARINA ACI Marina Split

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Operated by the government-owned ACI Group, Marina Split is a “Blue Flag” marina situated at the SW end of the large commercial harbour of Split, the capital of Dalmatia and the second largest city in Croatia, after Zagreb. The city is also one of the biggest yacht charter bases in Croatia. The marina is only 1.3 km from the town centre, which is approximately 20 minutes by foot or 5 minutes by car. Sheltered by a 400-metre-long breakwater, the marina is protected from all winds. However, many ferries and passenger ships sailing through the harbour produce waves, which can make the berths quite uncomfortable.

ACI Marina Split is open all year round. The marina gets very crowded and busy in July and August, so make sure to arrive early, especially on weekends when the marina is filled with charter yachts, or, if possible, book a berth in advance.

Berths

ACI Marina Split has a total capacity of 318 wet berths and 30 dry berths, all of which are equipped with water and electricity.  It can accommodate boats and yachts up to 90 m long. Drydocks can store boats up to 14 m in length. Water depth at the marina ranges from 4 to 9 m.

  • Number of berths 318
  • Dry berths 30
  • Maximum length overall/LOA 90 metres
  • Max. draft 4 metres
  • Depth 4 - 9 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
  • Car park
  • Garbage and recyling bins
  • Slipway
  • Charter company
  • 10 t crane
  • Boat sales service

Useful Information

Split is a vibrant commercial and tourist centre, with many tourist attractions and museums, such as the world famous Diocletian’s Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a vast array of facilities such as shopping centres, hospital, private accommodation, pharmacies, markets, sport centres, spa and wellness centres, many hotels, restaurants, cafes, nightclubs, bars, nautical equipment stores, supermarkets and shops.

The city of Split has excellent transport links by ferry, road and air to many of the Croatian towns and islands and international destinations, with an airport only 20 km away from the city.  A large ferry terminal is located across the bay (opposite the marina) with regular ferry service to Dubrovnik, Rijeka, nearby islands (Hvar, Brač, Vis, Šolta etc.) and to the Italian ports of Ancona, Pescara and Bari.
There are no hazards when approaching Split, although the coast on either side of the main harbour has a number of isolated rocks and should not be approached too closely. Also, the city port of Split is a large and busy ferry port, so extra caution is required when approaching the marina, which is entered from NNE between a long breakwater (marked with a red tower) and the shore. Note that ships leaving the port have the right of way. Also, it is forbidden to anchor in any part of the port, except in emergencies.

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 marina Split, Uvala Baluni, Split, Croatia
  • 43° 30' 3.92"
  • 16° 25' 48.0"

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