ACI Marina Žut is located in the westernmost part of the bay Žut Port and the bay is located in the north-western part of the Kornati archipelago. The ACI flag is visible on cape Ražanj.
VHF Channel: 17
The marina has 120 berths for boats up to 40 m in lenght. During strong bora anchorage in the northern part of the marina pier is recommended, while during strong southern winds it is safer to use the southern part of the pier. Vessels with draft over 3 m anchor at the southern part of the pier or at the end of the northern pier.
All berths have water and power supply. Water and power supply for vessel’s purposes are limited. Emergency water supply: 08 am -10 am; power supply: 08 am -12 am and 06 pm – 12 pm.
Marina also has 15 buoys for anchoring located along the cape Ražanj.
Reception desk with an exchange office and a shop with a rich selection of accessories from the exclusive ACI collection, a restaurant, a food store and toilet facilities. The nearest petrol station is in the port of Zaglav on the island of Dugi otok (8 nm).
The island of Žut together with its marina is part of the Žut-Sit group of islands, situated in the northeastern part of the Kornati Islands. When approaching from the west (from Kornati National Park) the shortest way to reach Žut is through Proversa vela or Proversa mala passage. During night approach through Proversa mala passage is safer, since the passage is well lighted. If approaching from the direction of Zadar the course leads through Mali Ždrelac passage (bridge height 16,5 m). At the entrance to Žut inlet where ACI marina Žut is situated there is Maslinjak Island.
The latitude and longitude of the northern cape of Maslinjak Island are 43°53,2’ N 15°18,8’ E.
Note: Official navigational charts recommended (Official Navigational Charts – publisher HHI Split): 100-20, MK-14 and Plan 512.
In the Area:
The island of Zut , part of the Kornati Archipelago, is between the islands of Pasman and Kornat. There are no permanent settlements on the island, but some fishermen and farmers from Murter have temporary houses on the island.
The Kornati Archipelago consists of 147 islands, islets and reefs within the Kornati National Park . The area is famous for fascinating cliffs, stone pasture grounds and a variety of vegetation. Traces of Roman, Illyrian and medieval constructions are found on the islands. The islands are also full of old fish houses. Except for the largest island, Kornat, they are primarily uninhabited. The Kornati offer boaters numerous beautiful coves in which to anchor for a quick swim or for the night. There are also excellent family restaurants to be found in some of the coves.