Central Dalmatia's Base Trogir is on the Adriatic Sea's eastern coast. Trogir's ancient town center, which has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, is located on an islet between the coast and the island of Ciovo. The industries of shipbuilding and tourism are essential to the local economy.
Trogir's ACI marina is located on Ciovo island, directly over the street from Trogir. With its "Tourist Flower – Quality for Croatia" medal, ACI marina Trogir was ranked third best small marina in the Adriatic Sea in 2017 by the Croatian Chamber of Commerce. Across from Trogir's town center on the island of Ciovo, you'll find the ACI marina and yacht club. A 100-meter-wide canal separates them. Because the ACI marina in Trogir has been there for quite some time (it is not a new marina), there is less room to move than in the SCT, but you will have no trouble finding our offices.
Mon-Thu: 8 am - 4 pm
Fri-Sat: 8 am - 8 pm
Sun: 8 am - 12 pm
Parking & Shopping in Trogir Marina
Parking is available in the marina for a constant security monitoring fee. Marina parking is expensive. €10/day; €60/week for a car. Bus: €20 a day; €100 a week. Trogir's shopping opportunities are excellent, as are the city's public transit alternatives. Supermarkets, for example, are available on the mainland. There's also a massive fruit and vegetable market just before the bridge to the historic center.
Trogir's historic core occupies a tiny island wedged in between the Croatian mainland and the nearby island of Ciovo. Sailing is not recommended in the waterway north of the town since the water is just 2 meters deep. The town is connected with the shore by an old stone bridge and a modern wooden bridge to the west. Another bridge connects the ancient city to the island of Ciovo, home to the ACI marina (2.80 m clearance). Ships from Kastela Bay approach from the west between Ciovo and Celica Rock because they cannot pass underneath the bridge. The green lighthouse on Cape Cubrijan (Fl G 2s 8m 4M) provides a recognizable landmark, located at 43° 30.7′ N 16° 14.6′ E. Approaching from the east, the route is indicated by a series of red and green buoys.
The passageway beneath the bridge has a depth of 4.5 meters. Sailing is not recommended in the waterway north of town since the water is just 2 meters deep.
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