ACI Marina Trogir, of the ACI group is located on the island of Čiovo, connected to the medieval old town of Trogir in Split-Dalmatia County. Trogir is one of the fastest growing ports for sail-tourism in Croatia and makes an excellent base for sailing in central Dalmatia. Sailing south, you will find the islands of Brač, known for its Zlatni Rat Beach, long and pebbly; Hvar, the Adriatic’s glitzy party island which has a great culinary scene and Vis, with its Roman ruins and crystalline waters. Peace and quiet is nearby too with many hidden coves and sandy beaches to anchor in all along the Adriatic Coast.
The marina is open all year round. Connecting Trogir with the island of Čiovo, where the ACI marina is located, is a bridge with a height of 2.80 m and water depth in the passage under the bridge is 4.5 m.
In the channel north of the town the sea is only 2 m deep, and sailing here is not advisable
ACI Marina Trogir has got 174 berths. They are all supplied with water and electricity. Its dry dock capacity is 35 boats and there is a fixed crane with a loading capacity of 9T. There is also a repair and maintenance shop for any unforeseen repairs.
Other facilities and services include a reception with an exchange office and ATM, sanitary facilities, a restaurant and café bar and a fitness centre. There is also grocery store and nautical equipment store, a diving school, car park and a laundry with a washer and drier. Free Wi-Fi and a fuel station too.
Split Airport is just 6 km away from Trogir and Zadar Airport is only 130k away. Both airports are well connected to European cities.