Known as ACI, Adriatic International Club, is the leading Croatian company dedicated to yachting services and boasts 22 high quality marinas situated all along the Croatian coast while maintaining low environmental impact and improved viability along the coastline. The latest entry - which was officially presented in the course of last summer in the Dubrovnik area is the ACI marina Slano which can host up to 30 metre visiting superyachts, while ACI marina Rovinj is finalising restructuring and new builds in Istria. The remake will be completed by summer 2018 and with five anchors to its name will also be the most important ACI certified marina with space enough to host yachts measuring up to 60 metres. Out of 22 ACI marinas, 13 can berth yachts measuring over 25 metres among which the already mentioned ACI marina Rovinj which will be sporting an ultra modern cutting edge configuration and state of the art technology while offering ad hoc restaurants and services dedicated to visiting yachts and aims to become a nautical one-stop-shop.
. ACI marina Umag (Šetalište Vladimira Gortana 7, Tel. 00385 (0)52 741 066, GSM 00385 (0)98 398 833, Fax: 00385 (0)52 741 166; firstname.lastname@example.org – VHF Channel 17). Umago city and port along the north west coast of Istria represent the first contact to yachtsmen sailing from central Europe. The ACI marina offers 475 berths, and handles yachts up to 40 metres and has been exhibiting a blue flag for 14 years which guarantees the cleanliness of the water and offers excellent service.
ACI marina Pula (Riva 1,Tel. 00385 (0)52 219 142, GSM 00385 (0)98 398 837, fax 00385 (0)52 211 850; email@example.com – VHF Channel 17). Pula, the largest city in Istria is enriched with historic monuments among which a famed Roman amphitheatre known as the Arena. The original natural harbour goes back to antiquity and was also a military base during the Austrian-hungarian monarchy. The ACI marina is situated there with 194 berths and room for yachts measuring up to 40 metres.
ACI marina Pomer (Pomer 26 A, Tel. 00385 (0)52 573 162, GSM 00385 (0)98 398 832, Fax 00385 (0)52 573 266; firstname.lastname@example.org – VHF Channel 17). Was completely rebuilt in 2016. This modern ACI marina can berth yachts up to 30 metres. It is situated in the Medulin Gulf and is protected by Kamenjac peninsula and by the Marlera promontory. It is an ideal place from which to leave from when wishing to visit the Quarnero region and Dalmatia.
ACI marina Opatija (Liburnijska cesta 7 A, Ičići, Tel. 00385 (0)51 704 004, GSM 00385(0)98 398 840, Fax 00385 (0) 51 704 024; m.opatija@ aci-club.hr – VHF Channel 17). Is situated in Ičići, well sheltered from northerly winds by Mount Maggiore the highest in the Istria region just a little way from what used to be the cradle of some of the elite during the Austrian –Hungarian empire. ACI marina Opatija is the best along the north Adriatic to cater for yachts up to 40 metres.
ACI marina Cres (Obala sv. Benedikta 3, Tel. 00385 (0)51 571 622, GSM 00385 (0)98 398 839, Fax 00385 (0)51 571 125; m.cres@aci-club. hr – VHF Channel 17). Is situated in the middle of the gulf by the same name of the largest island in the Adriatic sea – it is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt - Here ACI marina sports “A European Blue flag”, to signal the purity of the waters. This marina can host up to 50 metre yachts.
ACI marina Žut (Obala sv. Ivana 47 E, Jezera, Tel. 00385 (0)22 786 0278, GSM 00385 (0)98 398 844, Fax 00385 (0)22 786 0279; m.zut@ aci-club.hr – VHF Channel 17). This ACI marina opens seasonally (from April 1 to October 31) and can host yachts up to 40 metres. It is on the northern side of Žut, a small island covered with fig trees and no permanent settlements, a little paradise which is part of the Kornati archipelago.