The Croatian Adriatic will get two new marinas. One in Pirovac and the other one in Trogir. The marina in Pirovac will open its doors at the beginning of 2015 and will have the standard marina facilities. Servisni centar Trogir is built as an extension of ACI Trogir.
The Kornati archipelago is one of the most beautiful collection of islands in Croatia. The islands are mostly uninhabited, and the atmosphere there is very peaceful. To make a stop on one of the islands, you can visit ACI Marina Žut on the island of the same name. Every year, the island becomes more popular with yachtsmen.
D-Marin Marina Dalmacija, situated south of the city of Zadar, is the largest marina in Croatia. It has 1200 berths, a large parking area, and offers plenty of services related to yacht maintenance. There is a shopping area, bars and restaurants, as well as a beach and a diving club. The marina is a great starting point for discovering the Zadar area.
The Olive Island Marina on Ugljan, Croatia, combines an easy-going island atmosphere with a cosmopolitan lifestyle, so it is a perfect destination for leisure tourism. The marina is far less crowded than other marinas in the neighborhood, and is in the vicinity of numerous sailing destinations, which makes it a worthy stop on your sailing journey.
If you are a sailor and you are spending the end of a year on the Croatian coast, the best way to do so is, of course, by sailing. There is a Christmas regatta that takes place annually and starts from the nautical center, Biograd, with its race course taking the competitors all the way to the town of Zadar. In 2015, the Christmas regatta had a special charity nature. If you are ending the year on the race course, you might as well start the new one under sails. Every year, Biograd organizes St. Anastasia Regatta (regata Sv. Stošije). It’s one one of the most relevant regattas in Croatia and one which guarantees an incredible racing experience!