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ACI MARINA SPLIT CROATIA


43°30.1’N/16°26.0’E Max length 80m Max draft 5m


VHF 17 Tel +385 (0)2 13 98 54 8 www.aci-marinas.com


With charming scenery, towering mountains, archaic castles and cultural delights, Croatia is fast becoming an increasingly popular destination for superyachts that are looking to cruising grounds further afield of the traditional French Riviera. Split in particular offers something unique


and original for both guests and crew; whether it’s exploring Diocletian’s castle, walking the quaint cobbled streets, enjoying the vibrant nightlife or drinking cocktails from a rooftop bar with a view over the ancient city, it’s no surprise ACI Marina Split makes the list. The marina in Split is surrounded on almost every side by a breakwater to protect it from the currents and strong southern winds, and on approach offers views of some of Croatia’s stunning architecture, including the tall bell tower of the Cathedral St. Domnius on Marjan Hill. Offering over 350 berths for superyachts up to 90m, the marina has been modernised in order to offer visiting vessels a certain standard of luxury and includes many shops, restaurants, fuel and repair services, to name but a few.


MARINA OF AGIOS NIKOLAOS CRETE


35°11.1’N/25° 43’E Max length 70m Max draft 8m


VHF 12 Tel +30 28410 82384/5 www.marinaofagiosnikolaos.gr


The Marina of Agios Nikolaos is a well protected marina in all weather conditions, it is built to European standards and is capable of accommodating up to 255 boats all year round up to a maximum of 70min length. The various dry dock facilities for approximately 100 boats and technical services are professionally run and complimented by a 65 tons travel lift. The Marina of Agios Nikolaos is located in the heart of the town and provides easy access to the centre of town, the main archaeological sites and other places of interest. This city is the perfect destination for charter guests interested in learning more about Greece and its history. Lake Voulismeni is one of the most famous lakes in all of Greece and was believed to be blessed by Zeus and Poseidon with rich waters abundant with fish and Pearl Clams. Up to this day, it is used as a farm where Pearl Clams are bred. The small, well attended port itself, has its own charm, as it is surrounded by picturesque tile-roofed houses and is illuminated in the evenings by the lights of shops and fishing boats moored at the dock. Every summer the Municipality of Agios Nikolaos organises cultural events, music and dance events, theatrical performances, exhibitions and cultural shows.


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