Nautical turism has been has been rapidly growing over the last twenty years achieving results like no other service/activity in the country.
There are 56 marinas in Croatia that are joined together in the Association of Croatian marinas.
21 marinas are a part of the Adriatic Croatian International Club system, better known as the ACIClub. Most of our marinas are based on the number of berths for different boat categories.
Marine Frapa near Rogoznica, marine Dalmatia near Sukošan and marine Kremnik near Primošten are just a few marinas that give up their berths to charter companies.
The biggest nautical port and charter base for nautical tourism is the Dalmatia marina. It is located 7 km south from the city of Zadar. Marina Dalmatia is the starting point for many cruises precisely because of its location in the center of the Adriatic.
Marina Frapa is one of the most beautiful marinas on the Adriatic and the Mediterranean. Rogoznica is situated in the central part of the Croatian coast, between Sibenik and Split, in the heart of Dalmatia. There are 10 piers and one transit with a total of 450 fully equipped berths and a guarded area for a hundred places on land in the complex Marina Frapa. Today Marina Frapa offers charter agencies around 150 berths, of the total number of available berths.
Marina Kremikis is located near Primosten. It is positioned inwards to the land and it is regarded as the most beautiful natural and most secure marina on the Adriatic. The marina has been opened for boaters since 1983 and it has been completely renovated in 2003. That same year the Marina got the Blue flag certificate for passing all of the standards and regulations of environmental protection which confirmed that the marina has met the strict criteria of international environmental organizations. It is extremely attractive to boaters because of the proximity of the Kornati islands, Split airport, but also the possibility to rent a large number of luxurious charter boats and megayachts.