ACI Marina Split

Uvala Baluni 8, 21000 Split

ACI Marina Split

In 293 AD Roman Emperor Diocletian ordered the construction – on the ruins of the Greek city of Aspalathos and near Salona, an ancient urban centre – of a magnificent palace in which he would spend his final years. The town of Split as we know it today expanded from Diocletian’s Palace, the world’s best preserved palace from late antiquity. Split is now the capital of Dalmatia, captivating visitors with its Mediterranean charm and majestic architecture. Modern Split is most closely identified with popular music and sports, earning Diocletian’s city the sobriquets of “the most musical Croatian city” and “the sports-maddest city in the world”.

In the most beautiful part of the city’s port, north of the Sustipan peninsula, lies ACI Marina Split. It is open all year round, its long breakwater providing excellent protection from rough seas and southerly winds that are so often mentioned in many popular local songs. It is at ACI Marina Split that the Split Lungomare begins; this longest promenade in the Adriatic – and certainly one of the most beautiful – will take you to the famous and diverse beaches of this “beautiful, sun-kissed flower of the Mediterranean,” as another popular song puts it.

 

Berths (moorings)
– 318 berths
– 30 dry berths

Facilities
reception with an exchange office and with a shopping point with rich selection of accessories from the ACI collection
cashpoint
several restaurants with cafe bar ,ice tube / ice maker
toilet and shower facilities with separate disabled provision, launderette
grocery store, nautical equipment store
charter agencies and boat sales service
repair and maintenance shop, sail repair shop, 10 t crane, 45 t slipway, dismasting “needle”
fuel station at 100 metres’ distance
Wi-Fi internet access

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Boat Price List

Boat
Min. Price
Max Price
Y 37350 €2000 €
Lagoon 500--