Top 100 Marinas for Croatia
Milna is situated in the west of Bra, 18 km from the island capital of Supetar. It is one of the most graceful small Baroque towns on the Dalmatian coast as well as the best natural harbour on the island even Emperor Diocletian's fleet used to find safety there when he was building his palace in Split. Milan's bay forks into two branches Salo and Pantera. It now houses a marina with several berthing areas, equipped with all mod cons and providing a safe haven and quality services to boaters from all over the world. The crystal-clear sea, healthy local food, ideal conditions for diving, sailing, fishing are just some of the reasons why you should visit this beautiful Mediterranean town.
Marina Trogir represents an ideal starting point for expeditions to one of the most interesting cruising areas in the world the attractive Adriatic coast.Service Center Trogir (SCT) aims to position itself as the marina of the highest category in the region offering top-quality maintenance service for all types of vessels.Once the project is completed, Marina Trogir will be a first-class marina (5 Anchors), with berths in the sea as well as on the land, with a possibility of maintenance and repair services being offered to yachts of all sizes.Once the construction is finalized, the marina will have 256 berths in offer for vessels of 12 to 25 m in length and 30 berths for mega yachts 25 to 120 m in size.
The Kremik Marina is located in a picturesque bay surronded by hundred year old vineyards that produce the famous Babis wine. Located south of Sibenik, and set snugly into the land, this marina is certainly one of the most by nature protected marinas in the whole Adriatic coast and offers sailors and motorboat owners security and protection during their summer holidays. Marina Kremik is directly conected with Dalmatian coast road. Split Airport is only 30 km and conection to highway only 32 km away from marina.
The marina is open all year round and offers a fabulous view of the charming promenade of Trogir and of St. Lawrence's Cathedral bell tower. Visitors may think that time stands still in this town, but the energy of its citizens who live in happy symbiosis with the ever-inquisitive tourists will soon convince them otherwise.
A pleasant marina at the end of a long natural bay providing natural shelter in addition to a man-made breakwater at the entrance. Home to several yacht rental agencies. Visiting boats are very welcome, however due to limited free spaces over the weekends so please contact our reception and check the availability.
The coastline is scattered with tiny jetties for local boats, while the larger ferry jetty acts as a break-water to the small harbour. The harbour is mostly filled with local boats although some mooring on the end of the harbour may be possible. Buoys may be available.
ACI Marina Piskera is located between the islands of Piskera and Panitula Vela, off the northern coast of Panitula Vela. The marina is well-protected from the northerly bura wind, but a little less so from the southerly winds. It is open from April 1 through October 31.