Marina Dubrovnik, Croatia
Dubrovnik - yacht charter base - ACI Marina Dubrovnik
Marina Dubrovnik is located near the village of Komolac, in Rijeka Dubrovacka in the gorge of the river Ombla, about 2 Nm from the entrance to the Dubrovnik port of Gruz and only 6 km from the Dubrovnik old town. Dubrovnik, known as the "Pearl of the Adriatic" is perhaps the most famous tourist destination in Croatia as well as all of the Mediterranean.
When approaching into Rijeka Dubrovacka, care should be taken of shoals. There is a danger of strong winds, which cause high sea on the entrance of the river.
Open: Troughout the whole year.
Mooring: The marina has 425 sea and 140 dry berths.
Reception, exchange office, swimming pool, caffe, tennis courts, toilets and showers, laundry service, market, nautical shop, repair shop, car parking, fuel station (water depth 3.0 m) butane bottles available (500 m). The marina is equipped with a crane (5t), two travel lifts (25t and 60t) and a slipway. Most repairs to hulls, engines and some electronics are possible. Customs formalities can be carried out all year round in the port of Gruz. This marina is one of the main ADAC and OAMTC information and service points.
42°40.30' N - 18°07.00' E
20236 Dubrovnik, Mokosica
Tel: +385 20455020
Fax: +385 20 455022
VHF Channel 17
How to reach marina Dubrovnik, Croatia?By plane
The airport Cilipi is situated 13 kilometres south of Dubrovnik. There are several flight lines from Zagreb to Dubrovnik on a daily basis, and the flight lasts approximately 45 minutes. Apart from that, the airport in Dubrovnik is connected with several European cities, but transfer via Zagreb is also possible.
By car or bus
You can reach Dubrovnik by car if arriving via Trieste, Rijeka and then via the Adriatic highway toward the south if you wish to travel along the coast. Or you can use the highway from Rijeka or the junction Zuta Lokva near the town Senj, about 60 km south of Rijeka and continue driving toward Split, and then use the road via Makarska and Ploce toward Dubrovnik. Highway Zagreb - Split is the fastest way if you are arriving from the direction of north. Or you can use the alternative route Zagreb - Karlovac - Plitvice - Gracac - Knin - Split - Makarska - Ploce - )ubrovnik. If travelling by bus, you can arrive in Dubrovnik each day from various directions. Almost every bus driving to Dubrovnik stops n Split and goes further south. There are several bus lines from Zagreb, Rijeka, Split, etc. toward Dubrovnik that will certainly satisfy your needs.
Via port Gruz, several ferry lines connect Dubrovnik with almost every bigger Croatian ports (Rijeka - Zadar - Split - Stari Grad - Korcula -Dubrovnik). Regular ferry lines connect the city with Venice, Rimini, Ancona, Pescara and Bari in Italy.
Our charter yachts offer in marina Dubrovnik (start base):