Monday, 19 May 2014 14:14

Magnum Yacht Charter Bases in Croatia

Marina Kaštela near Split Marina Kaštela near Split

 There are several marina bases used by Magnum Yacht Charter. These are spaces for vacationers to begin their yachting journeys from several different cities throughout the Dalmatia region of Croatia. Each has its distinct character and quality. Depending on a holiday-goer's itinerary, one of these may be more ideal than another. A marina base typically contains berths for boats, a central facility, and nearby restaurants and stores. Marina bases also typically contain a WLAN wireless Internet system for visitors to stay connected. Facilities often include a reception desk, restrooms, ATM, a laundromat, a nautical equipment store and maintenance shop.

Marina Kastela

The Marina Kastela is a modern, up-to-date marina on the southeast shore of Kastela Bay. It is surrounded by mountains and peninsulas on all sides, making the view stunning and the waters calm and clear. The marina provides safe harbor for both charter-operated and private yachts, with easy access to the mid-Adriatic islands for touring and boating purposes. Marina Kastela is centrally located on the Dalmatian coast near major cities like Split and Trogir, and the Split International Airport is located only 7km away. There are 420 water berths and 200 dry berths, and amenities include an air conditioned lounge, supermarket and cafe-bar for travelers to stock up and relax.

Split ACI Marina

Split is one of the largest cities in the region and serves as the third-busiest port in the Mediterranean. It receives annual traffic of 4 million passengers, and travelers often visit the nearby islands. Yachts from Magnum Yacht Charter moor at the Split ACI (Adriatic Croatia International) Marina, which contains 355 berths and 30 more spaces to store boats on land. It is a full-service marina with many sights to see for curious travelers. Located in the most beautiful part of the city's massive port just north of the Sustipan Peninsula, the ACI Marina Split is open year-round. Visitors may enjoy the waterfront promenade in Split, which begins at the ACI Marina. Usefull info to get to our charter bases from Zadar airport: Airport Transfer Provider

Marina Frapa in Rogoznica

The Marina Frapa is nestled at the heart of cozy Rogoznica, a peaceful town along the Dalmatian coast. It is sheltered on all directions making for an easy ride out to the sea from the bay of Soline. An artificial island comprises the centre of the marina with facilities including a reception center and a transit jetty nearly 400 metres long. The full complex contains 450 fully-equipped berths and 150 dry berths, and nearby on-shore facilities include the "Kopno" hotel, an outdoor swimming pool and a night club as well as several restaurants and other service establishments. It is designed with the high-class tourist in mind who wishes to go yachting in Croatia in style.

ACI Marina Dubrovnik

The ACI Marina Dubrovnik is situated in one of the oldest cities in Croatia. Buildings in Dubrovnik date back to the 7th Century AD and are UNESCO World Heritage sites. The city's rich cultural history abuts the Marina Dubrovnik, which has received commendations for its clear waters and high-quality service. It has been named the best marina in the Adriatic for four consecutive years due to safety, cleanliness and upkeep. The Marina Dubrovnik contains 380 sea berths and 140 land spaces for boats. Numerous restaurants abound in the area surrounding the marina, making this the perfect spot for visitors with a sophisticated palate. The marina also contains sporting opportunities in the form of tennis courts, bowling grounds, swimming pool, football field and a children's "pirate ship" playground. The nearby park Prevlaka offers many active experiences, and nearby adventure opportunities include archeological diving and free-climbing.

Visiting the Magnum Yacht Charter Marina Bases in Croatia

These 4 bases serve as the starting locations for yacht trips to explore the nearby islands and parks along the Dalmatian coast. Visitors may wish to take trips to see all three or stay at one as a "home base" for the duration of their holiday. Either way, they guarantee plenty of things to do and a great time to be had by all.

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