An insider’s guide to docking your boat in Trogir
ACI Trogir is the perfect place to start or end your Croatian boat charter trip. Here’s why.

An insider’s guide to docking your boat in Trogir

You might think that a marina is simply a marina – a place to dock your sailboat while you go ashore to grab a bite or have a drink. But there’s so much more to a marina than the price of its berths.

ACI Trogir is our favorite, not just because it’s beautiful and conveniently located near us — but because it’s loaded with amenities, is close to must-see destinations, and is open year-round, making it the perfect start (or end) to your boat charter vacation in Croatia.

Docking at ACI Marina Trogir | 📍43° 30.7′ N 16° 14.6′ E

ACI Trogir marina during the day

Trogir is one of the top destinations for travelers visiting Croatia – especially those on a boat charter trip looking to island hop their way down the Dalmatian coast. This ancient Roman city is a protected UNESCO World Heritage Site, and with its Romanesque churches and Venetian architecture wherever you look — you can simply feel the march of history coursing through its cobblestone streets.

Apart from it being a top Croatian destination, it has a top marina where you can safely and affordably dock your boat, sailboat, or yacht for as long as you need to. Plus, ACI Trogir marina comes with a comprehensive suite of amenities to make your boat charter vacation as easy and restful as possible:

  • 174 berths, plus dry docking available
  • Toilet, shower, and laundry facilities
  • Boat maintenance and repair center
  • Wellness center
  • Free Wi-fi
  • Blue Nautica diving center
  • Parking
  • Grocery store, restaurants, and bars

There’s much more ACI offers to its visitors. For more information on berthing prices and amenities, check out their website.

After you dock, Jelinak Cove is a must-see

An aerial view of Jelinak Cove.

Less than 2 nautical miles from ACI Trogir you’ll find Jelinak cove — the perfect place to spend a day on your summer vacation, whether on a boat charter or otherwise.

Thanks to its unique geography, the cove is open to the east and closed off to the north and south – allowing for a breathtaking view of the city of Trogir,  protecting its visitors from winds, and ensuring pristine underwater visibility.

And underwater visibility is a key ingredient that makes this cove so special for the snorkelers, swimmers, and scuba divers of all levels looking to enjoy the wonders of Blue Nautica’s underwater museum, unencumbered and worry-free.

Blue Nautica Underwater Museum at Jelinak Cove

Via Crucis underwater museum man besides statue

At Jelinak Cove, Blue Nautica has a one-of-a-kind museum with exhibits you can’t see anywhere else on the planet: the world’s only underwater Via Crucis (Stations of the Cross), Yugoslav-era fighter planes, and 40 other larger-than-life statues you can explore by snorkeling or scuba diving.

The best time to visit is between 9 and 12 am, when the visibility is best.

For more on booking a day trip to Jelinak cove from ACI Trogir, check out Blue Nautica’s snorkeling and scuba diving day trips.

Blue Nautica “No Stress Zone” at Jelinak Cove

Blue Nautica’s “No Stress Zone” is an all-inclusive beach spot right next to the Underwater museum, perfect for relaxing after a long day of swimming, diving, and underwater activities you’re sure to get into when you visit. With a sandy sea bottom, an aquapark, pine and olive tree shade, and a full suite of available facilities, this family-friendly swimming spot has something for everyone.

Book your next boat charter trip at Blue Nautica

If you want to set sail from one of the most breathtaking cities Croatia has to offer, start your holiday off right and rent a boat with Blue Nautica here.