Borik Marina, part of the D-Marin group, is situated on the west coast of the intriguing three-thousand-year-old city of Zadar, in the center of the magnificent Croatian coast with over 300 islands to sail around. It’s just 65 nautical miles from Split and superbly located for a charter holiday.
Known as a boutique marina for its excellent service and atmosphere, it is easily accessible by land or sea. This ISPS certified marina is a fantastic base for exploring the Kornati islands and Telascica Nature Park. The long island of Dugi Otok is further north and well worth sailing along too. Good for an overnight stop 14 miles away is the small island of Vrgada. Alternatively, a shorter route will get you Zdrelac, anchoring between the islands Ugljan and Pasman.
The marina is well protected and safe and has depths of 2 to 6 m and an entrance depth of 6, 5 m.
Broki Marina has 177 berths and can accommodate boats up to 20m supplied with electricity and water. Annual berths are available for owners and charter boats. Other services include a fuel station, outdoor car parking, and 24-hour security with guard and CCTV and fire warning and extinguishing systems.
There are 50 dry dock places and annual berths are available for owners and charters alike. Facilities in the dry dock include a console crane for up to 5T and a mobile crane for up to 20T. Hull pressure washing and cleaning is possible and technical services offered are engine maintenance and repair, electric, carpentry, wood and fiberglass hull repairs and sail making. Everything needed to save your sailing vacation if something goes wrong.
Just minutes from the marina are popular restaurants with fine dining and bars and cafes to everyone’s taste.
Borik Marina is only 13 km from the Zadar Airport. It is also connected by ferry to Italy.