Zadar


Zadar Marina

There are two marina’s in Zadar, each offering excellent and modern facilities, and great levels of care for tourists. 

Zadar Marina is based right in the centre of town, and boasts its own casino(!), whilst the newer built Borik marina is about 2km out of town further up the coast - which is still only a short walk or taxi ride from the centre, but has the added benefit of being located near an outstanding Blue Flag beach.

Zadar

Zadar is a city which is over 3,000 years old.  Founded by the Romans, the city is still based loosely on the old Roman town – everything is centred around the ancient Roman forum – and the city is still very proud of its Roman heritage. 

As well as ancient churches, squares and monuments, the town has a number of excellent beaches (something which you will find right along the Dalmatian coast).

Zadar has good transport links, with its own airport (which is served by a number of budget airlines), as well ferry boat connections up and down the Croatian coast, and west to Ancona, Italy.

Things to see and do

The Roman forums are a must see for every visitor to Zadar, and it is still incredible how these 3,000 year old monuments have preserved so well.  Zadar is a town which you can best enjoy by meandering around the old town in the sunshine – preferably with an ice-cream. 

There are also churches and such from the 9th century, but that is positively modern by comparison.  Much more contemporary still is the ‘Sea organ’ – a collection of man-made pipes which are played by waves, and has won international awards for use of public spaces.

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Where to Sail

Zadar is located to the north of Croatia, where you are based just 20 Nm from the stunning Kornati islands, which offer a diverse range of beaches, secluded bays and cute island villages, as well as picturesque vistas, fine food, and dependable sunshine for most of the year. 

There really is no need to sail further afield, but Split and Hvar are about 130 Nm away – which is do-able in a week if you are prepared to put the hours in, or if you have particularly strong winds.

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Marina Details

Marina Zadar

Website: www.marinazadar.com/en/
Address: Marina Zadar, Ivana Meštrovića 2, 23000 Zadar, Croatia
Long / Latitude: N 44° 07' E 15° 14'
Telephone: 0038 52320 4862
Fax: 0038 52333 3917
Email: marina@tankerkomerc.hr
VHF: Channel 17
   
Walk-ashore berths: 300
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Facilities:

Bottled gas, Café / Bar, Casino, Electrical supply, Fresh water, Fuel: Diesel, Fuel: Petrol, Laundry facilities, Nautical shop, Parking, Pub / Restaurant, Sailmaker, Shop / Supermarket, Showers, Supermarket, Toilets, Telephone, Visitors berths, Wi Fi

Marina Borik

Website: www.marinaborik.hr
Address: Marina Borik, Obala kneza dornagoja 1, 23000 Zadar, Croatia
Long / Latitude: N 44° 07' E 15° 14'
Telephone: 0038 52333 3036
Fax: 0038 52333 1018
Email: boric@d-marin.com
VHF: Channel 17
   
Walk-ashore berths: 185
Rates:  
   
Facilities:

Bottled gas, Café / Bar, Casino, Electrical supply, Fresh water, Fuel: Diesel, Fuel: Petrol, Laundry facilities, Nautical shop, Parking, Pub / Restaurant, Sailmaker, Shop / Supermarket, Showers, Supermarket, Toilets, Telephone, Visitors berths, Wi Fi

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Zadar is very easily accessible by air - with Ryanair operating to many airports across Europe from the local Zadar airport, which is 12km from Zadar town.  There’s a regular bus service to Zadar, which are cheap and only take about 20 minutes.  From there, both marinas are close to the old town, and certainly walkable, though it depends upon how many bags you are carrying.  

Alternatively, we can arrange  transfers for you – a taxi can be waiting for you at the airport and can take you directly to the Marina, and, as it’s only a short journey, this won’t work out much more expensive per person - ask us about this when booking.

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