43°30.10′ N – 16°26.00′ E
Address: Uvala Baluni bb, 21000 Split
ACI marina Split lies in the southwestern part of the city port, north of the peninsula Sustipan. Long breakwater protection from southerly winds and seas. The marina is open year round.
The marina has 355 berths and with 30 boat places on land, and can receive up to 80 mega-m length. All berths have water and electricity.
The manned reception desk with sales of fashion accessories from exclusive collections ACI, ATM, two restaurants, a snack bar, grocery store, laundry shop, nautical gear, charter boats and sales agencies, with separate toilet facilities for the disabled section, repair shop, service sails, crane 10 ton, 45 ton slipway, a needle to remove the mast, parking lot and installation of wastewater treatment with prališta ships. Marina also has a WLAN Internet system. The nearest station is just outside Marjan (100 m), while the permanent maritime border crossing in the city harbor.
Goa is very well connected with the world, road infrastructure (highway), rail, year-round or seasonal ferry to Rijeka, Dubrovnik, central islands, the Italian cities of Ancona and Pescara and Bari via Dubrovnik and Split international airport (25 km) .
While entering the harbor for orientation are the prominent bell tower of the Cathedral of St..Duje, Cape Sustipan and Marjan Hill on the west side. The wide entrance to the harbor is located between the main breakwater, whose head is a green lighthouse (Fl 6s 11m 10M) and ACI marina breakwater, which continues on Cape Sustipan, where the red tower with red lighthouse (Fl R 6s 9m 5M) . The exact position of the green lighthouse on the main breakwater 43 ° 30.1 ‘N 16 ° 25.5’ E. Inside the port marina is protected with another breakwater, the head of which is a red lighthouse (Fl R 2s 6m 3M). After rounding the breakwater head in ACI marina. Closer to shore there are cliffs marked with a green buoy.
Note: It is recommended to use official navigational charts – publisher HHI Split: 100-21, 100-26, MK-16, MK-18 and Plan 47
In the Area:
Split is the largest town of Dalmatia and is an important cultural, economic, tourist and sport center. The town has a few swimming places, many hotels and sport facilities. Above the town, there is the mountain Marijan with pine woods, Mediterranean plants, a zoo and three churches from the Middle Ages. The town has developed around the Diocletian Palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian. St. Franjo Church (13th century) is located along the shore. The Archaeological Museum is one of the richest in Croatia ; there are also many other museums: Maritime, Ethnographical, National, etc. Every June the Music Festival is held, and every July the Split Summer Festival is organized.