Adriatic Croatia International Club
Rovigno’s new marina is underway The Adriatic Croatia International Club S.P.A. began to operate in 1983, then called Adriatic Club Yugoslavia Brijuni which to date is the only chain of touristic ports in the Mediterranean came to be with the precise mandate to develop receptive marinas to cater for recreational boating, tourism and yachting and to create adequate services and infrastructures on the Adriatic’s oriental coast by setting up a sequence of tourist ports and auxiliary services along the Croatian coast line based on a standardized offer made for high quality recreational boating. Truly a long term winning plan which brought the Adriatic Croatia International Club known as ACI into the limelight – now leading company in terms of nautical tourism in Croatia, which has to date 22 marinas which have enriched and maintained the countryside, while offering yachtsmen and boaters alike safe shelter along the coastline and around Croatian islands. Between
Dubrovnik and Opatija there as many as 6000 berths and 740 places for boats on land. An essential reality for anyone wishing to organize a boating holiday in Croatian waters which is continuing to grow exponentially.
New ACI marina in Rovinj The 2017 investment budget equal to 12 million Euro foresees the upgrading and widening of ACI marinas in marina Opatija, Vodice, Piškera, Skradin, Trogir, Korčula, and Dubrovnik, and total construction/reconstruction of ACI’S Rovinj marina in Istria, which by the beginning of nautical season 2018 will become the first ACI marina certified with top level five anchor certification. Work is already in progress. The Rovinj marina represents a great step ahead for Croatia’s nautical standing. State of the art design flanked by the most modern technological solutions to host high level clientele, nautical services and restaurants which will be ideally inserted into the programme that is developing at the rate of knots. The new ACI Rovinj marina with 192 berths in the water for yachts up to 18 metres and all technical services will be unified, as well as maintenance, and suppliers, to make it the most modern one stop