ACI Marina Umag is open year round. It is located in northern part of the Umag harbor in front of the Adriatic Hotel. It is the nearest Croatian port to Slovenia and is hosts an international traffic.
Umag is a portal town on the nortwestern coast of Istria, and it is the first nautical entry into Croatia from central Europe, only 40 kilometers to Trieste and 50 nautical miles to Venice. The town has a long history dating back to ancient times and is situated in a beautiful bay, ornamented by the prestigious ACI Marina Umag. The marina has 475 berths (moorings) available, can host yachts up to 40 meters. It is also important to note that it proudly holds the Blue flag for the past 14 years, marking a clean sea and superior equipment. In 2007 and 2008 AlCI Marina Umag was announced as the best marina on the Croatian side of the Adriatic.
Since it’s very close to Umag, a town which is the home to some of the best Croatian wines and exquisite gastronomy, ACI Marina Umag can be the ideal starting point for all those who are looking for gastronomy and enology experiences. With an exceptional tradition of sports and recreational tourism, Umag is also considered the sports capital of Istria. While in town, you can engage in many sports activities including golfing, tennis, cycling, diving, hiking and caving.
If you are a tenis fan, you will be happy to find out that Northwest Istria, with as many as 85 tennis courts, is the leading tennis destination in Croatia. Only 500 metres away from ACI Marina Umag you can find the Stella Maris tennis center where the region’s most popular tennis tournament – ATP Croatia Open – is being held every July for the past 24 years.
If you want to see experience the best restaurants, taverns and wineries from the top echelons of the Istrian and Croatian culinary and wine scene, Umag is the right place to be. During your stay in Istria you shouldn’t miss the traditional dishes and the famous red and white wines made from indigenous grapes.
Mooring: The capacity of the marina is 518 sea-berths for craft up to 25 meters. It also has an area for 120 vessels up to 18 meters. Although the marina is protected by a breakwater, you must be cautious with the bora and tramontana winds. Summer storms can bring high seas, but they don't normally last for long.
Mega yachts up to 40m in length can be accommodated.
Transportation: Umag is well connected to the rest of Europe via a road network and within 100 km there are three international airports Pula (80 km), Trieste (70 km) and Ljubljana (134 km). Distances: Trieste – 40 km, Milan – 470 km, Graz – 330 km, Vienna – 540 km, Munich – 450 km, Budapest – 640 km.
Approach:entering, special attention should be paid to Paklena Shoal, half a mile on the northeastern side of the entrance to the harbor. Paklena Shoal is marked by a lighthouse (Fl (2) WR 8s 10m 8/6 M), which can be used as a way point (45°26,5’ N 13°30,3’ E). The harbor is open to the northwest and you must enter it between a red lighted (Fl R 3s 2M) and green unlighted buoy. To the north, next to the red buoy there is a mark on a rock (black – yellow), which must be rounded from the south. When approaching, it is recommended to keep to a course of 60°. The light positioned on the breakwater (Fl (3) R 3s 8m 4M) is visible after passing the described buoys. The sea depth in the marked channel is 4 m.
On the eastern part of the marina there is a fuel station, and other facilities include a reception office, restaurant, showers and toilets, water and electricity hook-ups, laundry, telephone, exchange office, nautical equipment and car park. There is also a slipway, boat hoist (10 t) and travel lift.
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