Marinas - List
Fees (Berth Fees & Mooring Fees)
Water & Electricity
Regulations for Foreign Boats
Access, Navigation and Stay
Navigation Security Compensation
Wintering of Yachts in Croatia
Zones in which Navigation is Prohibited Boat Equipment
Participation in Sporting Events
Transport of Boats
Boat Rental & Charter Companies
Change of Crew
Sailing in Adriatic
Nautical Information, Sailing Conditions in Adriatic, Weather, Charts
Croatia is ideal for sailing: it has an indented coastline, many islands, a good climate and 40 marinas with excellent facilities and service. About half of the marinas belong to the ACI Club (Adriatic Croatia International Club) and the others are independent. Of the twenty-one ACI marinas seventeen are open throughout the year and four during the summer season only.
All Croatian marinas are members of an association whose head office is in Rijeka.
Croatian Marinas Association (Hrvatska udruga
fees in marinas
Fees are charged in Croatian marinas for berths and other services. They are usually fixed and published in the autumn for the following year. For actual fees use our marinas data base and search facility.
fees in public harbours
On public piers in harbours under municipal authority,
the local authorities have the right to charge mooring fees. The amount of
the fee depends on the size of the boat and the length of pier it
occupies, which means that yachts mooring alongside the pier will pay more
than those mooring stern of bows to. When berthing “in a pack” (several
yachts mooring alongside each other), the mooring fee is charged for every
fees in bays
In some areas, the local authorities charge mooring fees
for vessels moored in bays under their authority. In return, garbage is
collected and, in some places, groceries delivered.
Shopping for food presents no problems along the coast or on the islands. All marinas and harbour have well-supplied supermarkets. However, during prolonged spells of bad weather there can be a shortage of fresh vegetables and bread on small islands which do not have a regular ferry service. Food prices are comparable to those in Europe. Restaurants can be more expensive on small islands.
Fuel is easily available both on roads and in harbours.
All types of petrol, including unleaded petrol, and diesel are available;
however, unleaded petrol pumps and less common on piers. Petrol stations
are temporarily closed for safety reasons when they are being supplied
with petrol from tankers.
|Fuel prices (Feb. 2000):
Super 98 oct. 5,47 kuna/litre
Super uleaded 95 oct. 5,02 kuna/litre
Petrol unleaded 91 oct. 4,83 kuna/litre
Diesel 4,69 kuna/litre
Spare parts are available throughout Croatia and many
Croatian and foreign-owned shops are well supplied with spare parts for
boat engines. There are specialized shops in marinas with general spare
parts, while marina workshops are also well stocked. It is nevertheless
advisable to have the special spare parts for your yacht on board (e.g.
drive-belts and impellers) because shops cannot stock all makes.
All Croatian marinas and some harbours have water and
electricity hook-ups on the pontoon-piers.
|At present Croatia has two kinds of
a) Privately owned and operated marinas, some of which enter into cooperation arrangements with industrial companies;
b) Marinas operated by the Adriatic Croatia International Club (ACI), all of which offer standardized services at the same terms and conditions.
The head office of the ACI Club is in Opatija.
M. Tita 221
HR - 51410 Opatija
Tel.: (051) 271 288, 272 570 / Fax: (051) 271 824, 712 824