Split is the second biggest town in Croatia situated on the eastern shores of the Adriatic sea. Our sailing boat charter fleet in Split is situated in the middle of the main port, close to the old town. Our charter boats fleet from Split, can be rented as a bareboat yacht charter or skippered charter. Catamarans charter rental from Split is also available. If you don't have time to spend the whole week on board, we can offer you daily sailing from Split as sailing school short program. In this case you can do 1, 2, 3 or 4 days sailing tour, just contact us and we will provide you all possibilities to experience sailing adventure in Croatia.
Further find here information about the marina facilities, tourist attractions and possibilites how to get to Split.
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Adress: ACI Marina Split, Uvala Baluni 8, 21000 Split
Phone: ++385 21 398 578
Technical Support: ++ 385 91 609 53 29
Friday 14:00-20:00 h
Saturday 08:00-20:00 h
Sunday 08:00-12:00 hr
Check in: Saturday 17:00 h
Check out: Saturday 09:00 h
ACI marina Split lies in the southwestern part of the city port, north of the Sustipan Peninsula. The long breakwater protects the marina from the southern winds. Marina has 364 berths and 60 boat places on land. All berths have: water and power supply, reception, exchange office, restaurant, snack bar, toilets and showers, laundry service, nautical gear store, parking, small grocery store, supermarket (approx. 10 minutes walk from ACI marina), the gas station (100m away from ACI Split).
How to get to Split
The easiest way to get to Split from all parts of Europe during the tourist season is by airplane. Ultra welcomes its guests and transports them from airport to the marina in Split where their Beneteau Yacht is waiting.
The Split airport is only 23 km away from Ultra charter base in Split. Direct flights to Split depart from the following European cities: Rome, Göteborg, Berlin, Prague, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Paris, London, and Manchester, etc.
There are many other possible options if flying to Zagreb. There are several flights from Zagreb to Split and vice versa on a daily basis, and the flight lasts approximately 35 minutes.
If you are coming overseas, fly via Frankfurt or Roma directly to Split or through Zagreb.
By car or bus
If you are arriving in Split from the direction of Italy, you can use the Adriatic highway from Rijeka, if you prefer to travel along the coast. Or you can use the highway when you reach Rijeka or the junction Zuta Lokva near the town Senj, about 60 km south of Rijeka, and continue driving toward Split. If you are arriving from the direction of north, you can use the old route Zagreb-Karlovac-Gracac-Knin or the highway Zagreb - Split.
If traveling by ship, you can use some of the regular ferry lines from Rijeka or Dubrovnik toward Split, or international ferry or fast lines from Italy (Ancona, Civitanova, Giulianova, Pescara, Bari). From there, you can reach Split by bus or taxi, or walking (approx max 20min walking distance).
Split is a palace-town in the real mean of words. For people who love Culture and History, stone streets and constructions, in Split they will really enjoy their time. Everything began 1700 years ago when the Romain Emperor Diocletian built here his own palace for his old days. Later during the 7th century, people left the Dalmatian Metropolis Salona because of Slaves incursions and came living into the palace. With time, the palace started to be transformed into real town-city. Today in Split, You will find monuments and construction from all periods: Antic, Romantic, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, etc. People who lived here bring with them all knowledge, tradition, culture, etc. from the biggest human empires: Romain, Venetian, Byzant, Austrian-Hungarian, etc. Split is today the heart of Dalmatia and the second town in Croatia with about 250.000 inhabitants. The second Croatian Airport 20Km from here let Yourself coming from all European cities, then, from the Split ferry port, You will join all the Dalmatian islands: Hvar, Brač, Vis, Šolta, Korčula, etc. Closed to the palace, you will also find a very rich and interesting green market.