ACI Marina Korčula Marina
ACI Marina Korčula Marina
ACI Marina Korčula Marina
ACI Marina Korčula Marina
ACI Marina Korčula Marina
ACI Marina Korčula Marina
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ACI Marina Korčula

Dubrovnik-Neretva, Croatia
Berth Characteristics
  • 159 berths
  • Max Length 45 m
  • Max Draught 5 m
Radio Channel

You can reach ACI Marina Korčula by calling VHF17.

ACI Marina Korčula is a Recommended Marina.
Korcula ACI Marina is a local harbour located in the city of Korcula providing immediate access to the Adriatic Sea. This area is a local gem that will allow you to reconnect with nature and enjoy the simple way of life. With mild weather all year round, Korcula marina is the perfect place for fishi

Facilities of ACI Marina Korčula

  • Wifi
  • Waste collection
  • Restaurant
  • Master harbour
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Availability

Berth prices updated for 2019

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10 Reviews

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Svetlana Furman
August 2019
Verified Booking
We got instructions to move in. The place and marina is very good, we liked the city, lot's of choices for restaurants, store very close to marina. We got instructions to move in when we approached the marina, but the inner pass was very narrow, we had to stop and get backwards and turn around barely avoiding anther boats already at the dock. And there other 3 boats coming behind us, so was very confusing, the instructions from the docking crew were not clear. But then they found us an easy place to dock - on the outside. We were afraid it will be not safe and the boat will be rocked (we were near big boats), but it was OK, we didn't had any problems. If we didn't had a reservation, we most likely would be not able to dock there - lot's of boats.
Helder Brito
July 2019
Verified Booking
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VICTOR HAVIN
July 2019
Verified Booking
Charter vessel Blue Eyes. Premium location just a short walk from the old town of Korcula with easy access to dining and provisioning. Just a short walk from all major attractions. Facilities are clean and well maintained. I am glad I made a reservation upfront. Several vessels who sailed in with us without a reservation were turned around. We had WiFi on the boat, so we did not use the marina WiFi. It is a little bit pricey. Especially for catamarans. This was the most expensive stop along our charter route. In the spot where we were docked, the bow lines where too short. Both lines where attached right under the bow of our 40 feet catamaran. We had to tie them to the middle clits to get some holding. As the result, we had some noticeable longitudinal movement at the dock.
Andreas Bohn
June 2019
Verified Booking
Touristik Marina in beautiful environment. Very friendly and helpful staff, very protected harbour, cosy, everything clean. Perfect location next to old center of Korcula. Older marina, facilities simpler, smaller and less comfortable than in the new marinas like Trogir, but everything worked perfectly.
Michael Brown
June 2019
Verified Booking
Cramped but right there. Location Friendly Clean. Cost Very tight, but considering location worth it.
Martin Steininger
June 2019
Verified Booking
Nugal - Elan 45. There could have been more hot water throughout the day. Martin. Friendly staff at reception.
Dominik Krawczyk
September 2018
Verified Booking
ACI Marina Korčula. great location. little space for maneuvering.

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The neighborhood

ACI Marina Korčula is located in Dubrovnik-Neretva.

Dubrovnik is an old, Croatian city with a population of 42 600 people that represents one of the most remarkable touristic destinations from the Adriatic Sea and the centre of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County. Its original name was Raguza but it changed to Dubrovnic in 1918. This city has been included on the list of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites and it recovered quickly and impressively from the earthquake that severely damaged the entire territory and from the war in 1990.

This location is extremely special where the mountains meet the sea and they create a unique union between water and earth. The city is often called “the Pearl of the Adriatic” because of the complexity of beautiful places that it owns and the rich culture that endured so many years, since the 7th century. This location is extremely accessible and it includes both affordable and luxurious places. However, there are a few cultural and historical values and monuments that are priceless. The infinitely beautiful places that share a medieval shade of brick-red, the old buildings and the streets inspire anyone who steps into the city. Dubrovnik has kept its Gothic architecture, its Renaissance art and its Baroque churches, palaces and various monuments and monasteries.

The fortifications that were built here centuries ago are still standing tall and are open to the public to visit. On the South-Eastern side of Dubrovnik, there is an island called the island of Lokrum that hosts a monastery that was built in the Gothic-Renaissance style in the 19th century. This island hides beautiful, rare places and a rough beauty of the nature which attracts those who have a taste for the unknown. This well preserved city offers its devoted tourists the most attractive objective and some entertainment, too. Some of the most popular sights are the city walls with forts, the Lovrjenac Fort, the Stradun promenade, the numerous churches, the Marin Drzic Sqaure, the village named Trsteno, the Elafite islands, the Srd panorama and museum, the Lazaretto, which used to be an isolation hospital and the old city harbour. The regular streets are also very interesting, so a long walk is always welcome amid the old buildings.

The old town offers a strange sensation when visiting because of the heavy walls that were built around it and the similar roofs of the houses which can be clearly seen from the distance. The small marina is located in the old city and allows tourists to sail and travel to the nearby places. 

In Dubrovnik, not only the heritage is extremely rich, but the nightlife and the entertainment are surprisingly developed for such a cultural city. The most popular bars and nightclubs in the city are meant to bring a glimpse of relaxation and a feeling of wellbeing in the hearts of the travellers. Hemingway. Troubadour Hard Jazz Café, Buza, the Irish pubs and the nice cafes in the old city are some of the entertaining places where tourists can spend their evenings and nights.

The accommodation and restaurants offers range from luxurious to affordable, but every place in this distinguished city is filled with history and culture.

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Policies

Marina Rules

Entering ACI Marina Korcula. Caution is required when approaching the marina from the east as there are few shoal patches nearby. In the approach from the south, the safest route is by rounding the Sestrice and Stupe Velike lighthouses from the north.

When approaching from Hvar through the Peljašac Channel, the ACI Marina Korcula is sighted after rounding the red lighthouse, which serves as a landmark, and the whole of the peninsula. During summer storms, the western part of the town harbour should be avoided.

Safety note: An enormous swell is caused by bura or the ferries so make your mooring lines fast and keep distance from the quay.

Cancellations

The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.

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