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43°49.00′ N – 15°55.60′ E
Address: Obala bana Pavla Subica 18, Skradin
VHF: 17

ACI Marina Skradin Berthing Plan

ACI marina Skradin lies in the bay, north-west of the pier in Skradin. The Marina is open all year round.


The Marina has 180 berths with water and power supply (connection strenght up to 125 A) and can receive up to 70 m long mega yachts.

Because of the fresh water in the marina, this is a popular place for boaters to leave their yachts during the winter, especially wooden ones.


Reception desk with an exchange office, a café, a shop selling original Croatian products and souvenirs, toilet facilities and several restaurants close to the Marina. The Marina has a WLAN Internet system. The nearest petrol station is located in town harbour of Šibenik – 8 nm.


Skradin is well-connected with the road network and motorway all along Croatia (4 km to the junction), and there are two international airports nearby (Zadar and Split).


After passing the Šibenik Channel the way towards Skradin leads through the Krka riverbed and Prukljan Strait. The Krka riverbed is marked by many red and green lighthouses. When passing it, one should keep to the right side. The riverbed of the Krka River at some points becomes narrower up to 100m (water depth 7 – 40m), and later to 80 m (water depth 7 – 11m). The left bank is shallower. On the way to Skradin through Lake Prukljan there is a green lighthouse on Cape Oštrica (Fl G 2s 6m 1M). The entrance to the harbor of Skradin is marked by a red lighthouse on Cape Lukovo (Fl R 2s 3m 1M) and a green lighthouse on Cape Dut (Fl G 2s 4m 3M). Before entering ACI marina Skradin there is another green lighthouse on the western shore (Fl G 5s 7m 3M).

Note: Official navigational charts recommended (Official Navigational Charts – publisher HHI Split): 100-21 and Plan 518.

In the Area:
Skradin is a small town on the shore of the river Krka about 15km inland from the coast. It is one of Croatia ‘s oldest settlements, having been established as a town in the 2nd century BC and was the spot of the Illyrian settlement of Scardona.

Skradin is most famous for the waterfalls of Skradinski Buk, and boats drawing up to two meters can navigate the river to the waterfalls.