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44°49.00′ N – 13°54.00′ E

ACI Marina Pomer
ACI Marina Pomer Berthing Plan

ACI marina Pomer lies south of the village of Pomer and is open all year round.


The Marina has 298 berths and 30 dry berths. Berths have water and power supply (connections strenght up to 63 A for the reception of larger vessels).


Reception desk with an exchange office, a laundry, a restaurant, a foodstuffs shop, a charter agency, toilet facilities, maintenance and repair shop, a 10 t capacity crane, a yacht wash-up waste water treatment plant and a parking lot. The Marina also has a WLAN Internet system.

The nearest petrol station is in Pula.


The Marina is well connected with the major motorway networks via good roads, and in close vicinity (some 10 km) is the Pula international airport. The international airports of Trieste and Ljubljana are about 130 km away. Distances: Trieste – 136 km, Milan – 567 km, Graz – 420 km, Vienna – 603 km, Munich – 641 km, Budapest – 670 km.


The village of Pomer lies in the northwestern part of Medulin Bay, which opens up between Cape Kamenjak and Cape Marlera. Due to numerous reefs and shoals, it is advisable to approach through the main channel, passing east of Fenera Islet (44°46,2’ N 13°57,2’ E) and then between Ceja and Bodulaš Islands. The sea is much shallower around Bodulaš Island so it is safer to sail along Ceja Island. When approaching at night the course between Ceja and Bodulaš Islands is marked by the lighthouse on Cape Munat (Fl WR 2s 9m 7/4M). In the inlet keep to the middle of passage between Cape Munat and Cape Kašteja, then steer towards Pomerski Školjić Island which is to be rounded from the east. After that ACI marina Pomer, which during daylight is identified by a white crane, comes insight.

Note: Official navigational charts recommended (Official Navigational Charts – publisher HHI Split): 100-16, 50-3, MK-3 and MK-4.

In the Area:
Pula, located on the western shore of Istria near its southern tip, is the largest town in Istria . It is an important industrial, cultural and tourist center. Pula offers many hotels, sports grounds, entertainment programs, recreational facilities, beaches, restaurants, casinos, etc. for tourists. The Croatian Film Festival is held here every July, as is the Pop Music Festival “Arena” and the Istria Regatta. The rock music festival Art & Music Festival is held in August.There is an international airport 6 km from Pula.The Roman Amphitheater (called Arena), from the 1st and 2nd centuries, dominates the harbor area. With a setting capacity of 23,000, it is the sixth largest preserved amphitheater in the world. Other sites include the Triumphal Arch of the Sergi (31BC), the 6th-century mosaics in the collapsed basilica Santa Maria Formosa , the beautiful polyptych in the church of St. Francis and the Temple of Augusts from the 1st century. There is also the Archeological Museum of Istria.