Split is one of Croatia's most vibrant and busiest port cities - nestled between the incredible Mosor Mountain range and the Adriatic Sea. During the Summer months in particular, the city bustles with holiday-makers from all over the world who come to Croatia for the culture, the nightlife, the landscape and of course, the sun and swimming.
A half-hour stroll Southwest along the Riva, you’ll come across the hub of all yachting activity in the city – ACI Marina. The marina is open all year round and has a long breakwater that offers protection from rough seas and southerly winds. At the end of the breakwater, you can see a red lighthouse. Our Croatia Yacht Charter, Flotilla, and Private Yacht Tour guests will find their yacht berthed at one of 5 docks along the front. Our catamarans are berthed at nearby Nava Marina.Table of contents
Facilities & Amenities
ACI Marina has a great range of facilities and amenities for all visitors to the area. These include:
- 355 berths
- 30 land berths
- Reception area – open all year round
- WC/Showering facilities
- ATM machine, located outside reception
- Grocery store and nautical equipment store
- Boat repair and maintenance shop
- Boat ramp
- Laundry facilities
- Rubbish bins
- Parking facilties
- Fuel (100m walk)
Getting to ACI Marina
The marina is easy to find – it is located in the Southwest part of Split Harbour, just north of the Sustipan Peninsula. It is approximately a half hour walk around the front of the harbour from the Riva. You can also catch a water taxi from the Riva to the marina.
If you are arriving from Split Airport, a taxi can get you to the marina in about 45 minutes for €30 - €40. Buses also operate from the airport and can get you to the city centre. From there, you can take a short cab ride or a water taxi across to the marina.
ACI Marina Split
Google Street View
Whilst ACI Marina Split resides as our main marina for departures and arrivals, Croatia - being the coastal oasis it is - is dotted with marinas around its picturesque coastline. Watch our video below showcasing the other popular ports and marinas in Croatia including Dubrovnik, Mlina, Palmizana, Skradin, Rogoznica, Vodice and Maslinica.
Sail Croatia is a family-owned business that not only specialises in yacht charters and private yacht tours, but also small ship cruising along the Adriatic Coast. Plan your next Adriatic adventure by checking out all of our cruise types.