The Marina Split - ACI is managed by a Pitter Charter partner and attracts sailors with high quality standards and best service at fair prices.
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From Split, you can sail to the world-famous medieval towns of Hvar and Korčula, as well as to the islands of Mljet, Vis, Lastovo and Biševo. With a beautiful scenic backdrop of fjord-like bays, sandy beaches and the most hours of sunshine in Croatia, Split attracts sailors from all over the world. Split shows its panoramic side to the ship's passengers as soon as they enter the harbour: the palm-lined Riva in front of the broad front of the late Roman imperial palace and the bell tower of the cathedral, which towers over the roofs of the old town.
Split is the second largest city in Croatia and is located on a peninsula on the Croatian Adriatic coast. With just under 170,000 inhabitants, it is the economic and cultural centre of the Dalmatian region. Split was founded around the year 305 and is thus one of the oldest Croatian cities. On a cultural discovery tour of the old town, numerous sights and historical treasures can be found. A special visitor magnet is the Diocletian's Palace from the 4th century. Split's city centre with its world-famous palace has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1979. Another highlight is Split's picturesque harbour promenade, also known as the Riva. As the heart of the city, it enchants tourists and locals with its unique ambience. The impressive cathedral of St. Dominus and the approximately 8-metre-high statue of Gregory of Nin are further sights that should not be missed on a tour of the city.
Directly in the city there are beautiful beaches that invite you to swim. One of the most beautiful beaches is Kasjuni beach. Located on the southern side of the Marjan Forest Park, it is known for its crystal-clear water in a long-stretched bay.
Worthwhile excursion destinations around Split are the towns of Trogir, Šibenik and Zadar. In the immediate vicinity is the Krka National Park with its famous waterfalls. The second closest island, Brač, can be reached ideally by catamaran or sailing boat from Split. Hvar is also a popular destination for a yacht charter from Split.
The ACI Marina Split is located in the most beautiful part of the city harbour, north of the island of Sustipan. It is the starting point for the longest and most beautiful promenade on the Adriatic. In 2017, the marina was awarded second place in the category "Best Marina in the Middle Adriatic". Likewise, the marina owner was awarded the "Blue Flag" distinction.
As Split's city harbour is a large ferry port, entering it requires extra attention. It should be noted that departing ships have the right of way when carrying out their manoeuvres and anchoring is not permitted in the entire harbour area.
ACI Marina Split has 318 moorings and 30 dry moorings for sailing yachts, motor boats or catamarans, all equipped with water and electricity connections. With a maximum depth of 9m and spacious docking areas, yachts up to approximately 80m in length can also dock at the marina.
The Marina Split has a very good infrastructure and all facilities for daily needs. These include:
In the marina and in all parts of the city there are good supply possibilities. Provisions for the sailing trip can be found at markets that offer fruit, vegetables and local produce. In addition, supermarket chains such as Lidl or Billa are located about 5 minutes by car from the marina.
The JAM Yacht Supply online shop is a convenient way to order food for your booked sailing holiday. The order can be customised for the sailing yacht so that the food is already on board when you check in.
The petrol station is located in front of Hotel Marjan.
Marina Split is located only 25 kilometres from Split airport. The transfer from the airport to the marina takes about 30 minutes and can be organised on request.
Due to its close proximity to the motorway, Split can also easily be reached by car from Germany and Austria.
The distances are:
Parking spaces are available at Marina Split. The cost is € 10.00 per day.