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One of the most popular marinas in the ACI system has further improved the level of quality by investing in a new charter terminal that has increased the value of the entire destination.

Location, location, location… This mantra, which you’ve certainly heard or read a million times, best describes one of ACI’s most popular marinas. Located in the very centre of Dalmatia or, as the people of Split like to say, ‘in the centre of the world,’ ACI Marina Split is one of the most popular and frequented marinas in the largest marina chain in the Mediterranean.

Marina Split is often nicknamed ‘the marina with a million-dollar view’, spreading from the West Coast of Split to the city centre and the ferry port. During its rich history it has become an urban living room for many locals, tourists and boaters who decide to start their Adriatic adventure here. It is because of this combination of position, superior service, great gastronomy, recognisable Mediterranean lifestyle and a centuries-old maritime tradition that ACI Marina Split has become a world-famous nautical destination.
ACI Marina Split, situated near the ports of two sailing clubs and protected from the south winds and the sea by a solid stone breakwater, offers a beautiful view of Split and its centre – Diocletian’s Palace. Near the marina there is a spot where the Split lungomare, the longest and certainly one of the most beautiful sea promenades on the Adriatic, starts.
And for all sea lovers, ACI Marina Split is an ideal starting point to discover the many beauties of Croatia. The so-called Golden Triangle of the Adriatic – with Split, Hvar and Vis as its points – which includes the natural gems situated in the waters off Split, such as the Blue Cave, the Paklinski Islands, and the southern coast of Vis, is popular globally, a fact confirmed by a number of reports in the world’s most respected magazines.
‘Our guests are only a 45-minute drive away from the airport, and in an hour or two, they can already find themselves on Šolta, Brač, Hvar, Vis etc. having gone there by boat. The biggest advantages of the Split marina are its position in the very centre of the city port, close to all important communication and transport points, proximity to nautical destinations of central Dalmatian islands and bays, and the technical and other types of logistics necessary to boat owners or charter companies,’ explains Director Edo Karuza, who has been managing the Split marina for more than two decades.
The sum of all the above qualities makes ACI Marina Split a strong charter base where the largest charter companies are located. The new nautical charter terminal will make it possible to further improve the quality of services provided in the marina, as well as the high standards of equipment that the marina has.

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