PORT Špinut

www.psd-spinut.hr

Špinut Port or Spinut Port, also sometimes referred to as Marina Špinut, is situated in Špinut, a suburb of Split, on the SE shore of Kaštel Bay and N side of the Marjan peninsula. There are two basins within the port – a large W basin, operated by PŠD Špinut, and a smaller E basin, operated by JK Split sailing club. The port is protected from N and W winds by a long breakwater.

Berths

PŠD Špinut has 12 pontoons and the total capacity of 770 wet berths and 250 dry berths, all of which are equipped with water and electricity. It can accommodate yachts up to 25 metres in length. Sea depth in the large W basin is about 5 metres.

JK Split offers 400 wet berths and 90 dry berths, all of which are equipped with water and electricity. Water depth in the small E basin is approximately 3 m. Depth at the entrance of the port is 7 m.

The majority of the berths are occupied by club members and local vessels, but visiting yachts are welcome if space is available.

  • Number of berths 770 (PSD Špinut) and 400 (JK Split)
  • Dry berths 250(PSD Špinut) and 90 (JK Split)
  • Maximum length overall/LOA 25 metres
  • Depth 3 - 5 metres
  • Water Yes
  • Electricity Yes

Useful Information

There is a small boatyard with the equipment for extracting, washing and transporting ships, 5 t crane, 1.5 t crane and a 15t boat lift. There is also a café, toilet and shower facility, nautical equipment shop, restaurant-pizzeria “Lučica”, bocce court and a charter agency. The nearest fuel station is in the main harbour of Split (in ACI Marina Split),  opposite the ferry terminal.

The port of Špinut is situated just 2 km from the centre of Split, 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 is also a major transport hub with excellent transport links by ferry, road and air to many of the Croatian towns and islands and international destinations, with an airport only 23 km away from the port.

Info

  • Lucica Spinut, Lučica, Split, Croatia
  • 43° 30' 52.9"
  • 16° 25' 5.11"

Restaurants

Restaurant Barba

Ulica Hrvatskih Žrtava 42 21218 Seget Donji

Restaurant Don Dino

Bl.A.Kazotića 8 21220 Trogir

Konoba Trs

Matije Gupca 14 21220 Trogir

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