ACI Marina Split Marina
ACI Marina Split Marina
ACI Marina Split Marina
ACI Marina Split Marina
ACI Marina Split Marina
ACI Marina Split Marina presents

ACI Marina Split

Split-Dalmatia, Croatia
Berth Characteristics
  • 348 berths
  • Max Length 60 m
  • Max Draught 8 m
Radio Channel

You can reach ACI Marina Split by calling VHF17.

ACI Marina Split is a Recommended Marina.

Split ACI Marina lies in the most beautiful part of the city’s port of the same name, which is a very popular town in Croatia. It is situated on the eastern side of the Adriatic coast, in the region of Dalmatia, with just over 200,000 inhabitants, being also the largest city on the Adriatic co

Facilities of ACI Marina Split

  • Restaurant
  • Ramp
  • Laundry
  • Fuel station
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Berth prices updated for 2022

1 Review

Value for money
September 2017
Verified Booking
. Communication with Marina staff by direct phone call. It was not easy to understand why a 48-foot-yacht shall be on Pier C, where the space from pier to pier is very small and the moorings coming vertically up. To pay additional 13 Euro for reservation in a marina which was less than 50% occupied.

Weather in ACI Marina Split

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The neighborhood

ACI Marina Split is located in Split.

Split is the second largest city in Croatia and, without doubt, one of the most famous seaside locations in the Mediterranean. Split is an accurate portray of the typical Dalmatian life. With a busy shore and a myriad of restaurants and cafés around it, and well-kept historical attractions, Split is anything but boring.

Split is a popular stopover for boats and yachts of different sizes as it offers good connections to other Croatian and Italian sailing destinations. The berths in Split offer generous facilities and beautiful surroundings. Marinas in Split are available in different parts of the city. You can easily get in touch with one of our agents for a marina reservation at harbors in Split.

Split’s jewel is the Unesco Heritage Site – Diocletian’s Palace, one of the world’s best-preserved Roman vestiges. Located in the proximity of the sea, the palace was a former military fortress. Inside its walls, people can roam around freely, take photos, admire the architecture or have a coffee at a bar. This is not the typical museum-like palace, which makes it one of the best gathering places in Split. On the narrow streets of the ancient fortress walls, packed with shops, cafés and restaurants, and even apartments, you will get a real feel of Split’s spirit.

The Cathedral of St Dominus is another landmark of the city. Another ancient Roman relic, the cathedral was designed as a mausoleum and it boasts some impressive vestiges including the sarcophagus of the emperor Diocletian.

The temple of Jupiter is a must-see if you love mystery. The long and intricate history of this ancient building built in the honor of the king of gods is worth knowing.

Klis Fortress, lying on the valley that precedes Split, offers an amazing view. This robust fortress guards the surrounding from a maximum height of 385 m. The building hosts a history museum where you can admire war artefacts and ancient costumes. Game of Thrones fans shouldn’t miss this attraction as it has also been used as a setting for their favorite series.

If your thing is not history, but art, then don’t miss the opportunity to visit the Meštrović Gallery. In this stunning art gallery, you can admire paintings made by Ivan Meštrović, the most famous modern sculptor of Croatia. Also, in the same perimeter, you can visit the Kaštilac fortress, where more art exhibits are displayed.

Salona is an ancient city, lying north-east of Split. The ruins of this former settlement are nowadays considered the most remarkable archeological treasure of the country. Presumably, Salona existed before 119 BC. A basilica and numerous sarcophagi are present here, among other vestiges.

Nature lovers shouldn’t leave the city without visiting the Marjan Forest Park, located in the western part of Split. This park is situated at an altitude of more than 170 m. The view from above is absolutely amazing. Moreover, during the summer, this is a great gateway from the crowded ports in Split.

As for those who just want to laze in the sun, there are plenty beautiful beaches to do so in Split.  Bačvice is the most renowned beach of the city, located in a beautiful bay. Ideal for water sports, this sandy beach is also famous among those who practice the game of Picigin. Other famous beaches you can visit in Split are Ovčice beach, Firule beach, Trstenik, Žnjan, Kaštelet beach, Bene beach.

When it comes to marina reservations in Split, we’re here to help you out with a care-free berth booking in Split. The best marinas in Split we recommend open-heartedly are ACI Marina Split, Marina Kastela and Marina Lav. 

This map shows ACI Marina Split's specific location.


Marina Rules

Entering ACI Marina Split. The landmarks seen while entering the city port are the prominent bell tower of the Cathedral of St. Domnius, Cape Sustipan and the Marjan Hill on the west.

The wide entrance into the city port lies between the main breakwater, on the head of which is a green lighthouse (Fl G 6s 11m 10M) and the ACI marina breakwater, an extension of Cape Sustipan, on which there is a red tower with red lighthouse (Fl R 6s 9m 5M).

The latitude and longitude of the green lighthouse on the main breakwater are 43°30,1’ N 16°25,5’ E. Inside the port, ACI marina Split is protected with another breakwater, the head of which is marked by a red lighthouse (Fl R 2s 6m 3M). After rounding the breakwater head ACI marina Split is approached. Closer to the shore there are some reefs marked with a green buoy.

Note: Official navigational charts recommended (Official Navigational Charts – publisher HHI Split): 100-21, 100-26, MK-16, MK-18 and Plan 47.


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