Boat mooring, here are the top ports in Croatia! – ACI Marina

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We are presenting to you, day by day, the best ports in Italy in which to stop with your boat. Today we tell you about ACI Marina, the network of Croatian ports that know how to pamper the yachtsman in the best possible way.

ACI Marina –
A network of safe harbors for sailing among Croatian beauties

Always a favorite destination for boaters, Croatia also remains a welcoming destination for Italian boaters in this particular year. “We are ready,” Viviana Vukelic, director of the Croatian Tourist Board in Italy and a passionate sailor, tells us in this regard… – although restarting after covid 19 will not be easy.

Surely nautical tourism has the greatest chance of a quick recovery precisely because of its specificity, at this time it is also the safest vacation to fully enjoy the sea without taking risks. Certainly, those who have not yet spent their vacation on a boat will try to change and indulge in this beautiful outdoor experience with clean sea.

Getting to know Croatia by sailboat is one of the best choices. There are many must-see places to visit, and Croatia has always been beloved by Italian boaters.

And all this is best discovered through the important and branched network of ACI Marinas, the marinas that are strategically placed along the entire coastline of Croatia, from Umag in Istria, down to “far” Dubrovnik.

A large and futuristic marina system among those in the Mediterranean, Croatia’s leading boating company is the first choice of boaters who sail to Croatia from Italy but from all over the world, and consequently the ideal starting point to new adventures at sea. Boaters know this and always return to ACI, while ACI reciprocates by fulfilling their wishes.

Using ACI Marinas as bases and safe harbors in fact, boaters have the opportunity to get acquainted with all the cultural and natural beauties of the wonderful coastline that stretches on the other side of the Adriatic Sea, but really close to the Italian borders.

To date, the group’s marinas are located in: Umag, Rovinj, Pula, Pomer, Opatija Cres, Supetarska Draga, Rab, Simuni, Zut, Piskera, Jezera, Vodice, Skradin, Trogir, Split, Milna, Vrboska, Palmizana, Korcula, Slano, and Dubrovnik. But in particular it is the Rovinj marina, which has just reopened after a long period of improvement work, that is one of the pearls of the ACI Marina Group. Thanks to its renovation today then ACI Marina Rovinj has a total of 196 berths for boats with an average length of 17 meters.

In addition, all technical, maintenance and supply services have been unified to make it the most modern one-stop shop boating destination.

Useful info

Phone: +385 (0)51 271 288

Website: www.aci-marinas.com

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