Cres, Croatia - marina Cres
Cres - yacht charter base - ACI Marina Cres
ACI marina Cres lies in the southern part of Cres harbor, in a long sheltered bay on the western coast of the island of Cres. The Island of Cres, 68km in length, is the second largest Adriatic island. It is connected to a land by ferry boats. Cres, established as the seat of Venetian administration for the island in 1459, is a small town situated on the western shore of the island, about 13 km from Lake Vransko.
Approach: Boats approach between the long breakwater with a light and a light in the sea. The depth in the passsage is 5 m. Off Melin point, marked with a light, there is a submerged reef.
Open: Throughout the whole year.
Mooring: The marina has 473 berths and 120 boat places on land. All berths have water and power supply.
Facilities: Reception, exchange office, restaurant, cafe, toilets and showers, laundry service, grocery store, nautical gear store, dentist, repair shop, I Ot crane, 30t travel lift, derrick for mast removing (20m), parking lot and gas station in the northern part of the marina. The marina offers accommodation possibilities in 8 comfortable apartments.
44°57.00' N - 14°24.00' E
HR-515 57 Cres
Tel.: 051 /571-622
How to reach marina Cres ?
The easiest way to reach the marina by car is to take the ferry from Brestova (near Opatija) to Porozina. The way via the island of Krk which is linked to the mainland by a bridge, and then by ferry from Valbiska to Merag is somewhat longer. Ferry and catamaran lines are frequent during the summer season. Cres is linked to Rijeka by regular bus lines. The airport of Mali Losinj is 50 km away.By plane
If arriving by plane, the nearest airports are in Rijeka and Pula, as well as Losinj that only takes small- and medium-size airplanes up to 30 passengers.
By car and bus
The transport company Autotrans Rijeka takes care of the connection of the island with the mainland by bus lines. There are direct bus lines on a daily basis from Rijeka and Zagreb to the islands Cres and Losinj.
If travelling by car, you can use two ports to access the island from the mainland I) Valbiska on the island Krk and Brestova in Istria. There are regular ferry lines on a daily basis, and during the summer time ferries operate more frequently-even non-stop without schedule, if necessary. Apart from the two regular lines, during the season it's also possible to reach the island by ferries from Pula, Zadar and Rijeka, as well as from Venice and Ancona twice per week.
Distance / km Zagreb Rijeka Split Dubrovnik Trieste Ljubljana;
Cres 216 63 400 605 120 166
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