43°30.80′ N – 16°15.20′ E
Address: Put Cumbrijana bb, 21220 Trogir
ACI marina Trogir lies on the northern side of Čiovo Island, between Trogir bridge and Cape Čubrijan, facing the Old town of Trogir. The bridge which connects the Old Town with the island of Čiovo is not a swing bridge and beneath only boats up to 2,60 m of height can pass. The Marina is open all year round.
The marina has 174 berths and 35 boat places on land. All berths have water and power supply.
Reception desk with an exchange office, café, toilet facilities, as well as for the disabled, a food store, nautical equipment shop, fitness centre, charter agencies, maintenance and repair shop, a 10 t capacity crane and a car-park area. The Marina also has a WLAN Internet system and the petrol station is located at the western part of the Marina.
Trogir is well connected to the land road infrastructure (a new motorway to Zagreb and further on). The Split international airport is located nearby (6km).
The old town of Trogir is situated on an island between the mainland and Čiovo Island. In the channel north of the town the sea is only 2 m deep. Over this channel the town is connected with the mainland by an old stone bridge at the narrowest part and by new wooden bridge with the Fortin region. With Čiovo Island, where the ACI marina is situated, the town is connected by a bascule-bridge (2.80 m high) which does not open anymore. For boats that cannot pass under the bascule-bridge approach to the port is possible from the west, between Čiovo Island and Čelice reef. A good landmark is the green lighthouse on Cape Čubrijan (Fl G 2s 8m 4M), which can be used as a way point as well (43°30,7’ N 16°14,6’ E). For those approaching from the east the way is marked with red and green buoys. Sea depth in the passage under the bridge is 4.5 m.
Note: Official navigational charts recommended (Official Navigational Charts – publisher HHI Split): 100-21, MK-16 and Plan 534.
In the Area:
Trogir is an important tourist and cultural-historical center of central Dalmatia . It is linked by a drawbridge with the peninsula Ciovo. Trogir was a former Greek colony, Roman harbor, and town of Croatian-Hungarian Kings. Sights are numerous: town wall, the Kamerlango Castle , St. Lovro Cathedral with portal by Radovan (13th century), Ivan Ursini Chapel, the Benedictine Convent, the City Loggia with Clock Tower, etc.The Summer Festival is organized annually.