Spinut Marina or Špinut Port is situated in Spinut, a suburb of Split. The marina lies on the Southeast shore of Kastel Bay on the northern side of the Marjan peninsula. There are two sections within the port - one operated by PŠD Špinut, and a smaller section, operated by the JK Split sailing club, sometimes referred to as Lučica JK Split Marina. There is a long breakwater protecting the port from both North and West winds.
Split is one of the most popular yacht charter bases in Croatia. A major tourist, commercial and cultural center, it is located in central Dalmatia and is the second largest city in Croatia.
From Špinut Marina, besides exploring the Marjan Peninsula, you can sail south to the islands of Brac, and visit Zlatni Rat Beach; Hvar, the Adriatic’s glittering 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.
Approach is quite easy. Coming from Split, head west towards the Marjan peninsula and as you approach its tip, watch out for the green light buoy just north of Cape Marjan to starboard and continue east along the peninsula for one mile until you reach the marina. Entrance is on the eastern side, between the breakwater and wave break pontoon.
Spinut Marina has 12 pontoons with 770 sea birth, all supplied with power and water. It can accommodate yachts up to 25 metres in length with a draft of 5m. There are also 250 dry berths in the boatyard, 5T and 1.5T cranes and a 15T travel lift.
Other facilities include a toilet and shower facilities, a café, nautical equipment shop, and a restaurant.
Spinut Marina is just 2 km from the centre of Split where there are many other amenities such as shopping centres, a hospital, sports and wellness centres, and a vibrant nightlife.
Split is a major connection hub. The nearest airport is Split International Airport only 23 km away from the port.
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