ACI Marina Split (43°30'03.2"N 16°25'46.6"E) is situated in the most beautiful part of the city port, north of the Sustipan peninsula. It is the starting point of the waterfront promenade of Split, the longest and surely one of the nicest marine promenades on the Adriatic.
The marina has 355 berths and 30 boat places on land. All berths have water and power supply. The marina can accept megayachts up to 80 m. It is open all year round.
Besides the maintenance and repair shop, sail repair shop and crane, there is also reception with ATM and exchange office, two restaurants, snack bar, toilets with showers, nautical equipment store, supermarket, laundry, parking and petrol station 100 m away.
The city of Split is well connected to the rest of the world via a road infrastructure (motorway), a railroad, and by yearly or seasonal ferry lines to Rijeka, Dubrovnik and the Central Dalmatian islands, as well as to Pescara, Ancona and Bari (via Dubrovnik) in Italy. The Split international airport is 25 km away.
Marina Spinut (43° 30' 59" N 16° 24' 57" E) is located in Spinut, a suburb of Split, on the north side of the Marjan peninsula, the wooded peninsula at the west end of the city, 2 km from the center of Split.
There is a total of 780 berths for yachts up to 25 metres. The marina is supervised 24 hours and open whole year round.
In the area of the marina there is a caffe bar, two restaurants, shop with nautical equipment, various services for boats, toilets with showers, sailing schools, parking, beautiful pebble beach.
Marina Zenta (N 43 29.942 E 16 27.470.) is located 15 minutes walking from the main port of Split, near many beautiful city beaches and famous restaurants.
The inner harbour is too shallow for most yachts but the main marina has a depth ranging from 5-7m. Marina Zenta is a small boat harbour for boats up to 15 meters in length.
In the vicinity of the marina there is a swimming pool, beach, disco club, diving club, tennis courts, maintenance service with crane.