From Dubrovnik you can explore the seas of Dalmatia on a sailboat, sail the Southern Croatia and navigate to Montenegro
This prize-winning marina is befitting for the city of Dubvrovnik, a jewel in the Dalmatian crown. The stunning walled town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a must-see for anyone looking for a sailing holiday in Croatia, and its location at the very southern tip of Croatia makes it an ideal starting point for a scattering of precious islands, inlets and National Parks in this area.
Just to name a few possible destinations for those booking a boat from Dubrovnik: Korcula, an island known for its fine wines and stunning beaches, the lush, wild oasis of Lastovo, and the pristine island of Mljet, with its thick forests and salt lakes. The northern part of Montenegro is also within easy cruising distance.
The ACI Marina in Dubrovnik is 6 km away from the historical center of town, in a picturesque location at the end of a peninsula. Easily reachable, there’s a bus departing from Dubrovnik every 15 minutes, and the Dubrovnik International Airport is just 20 km away. In 2010 and 2011 the harbor was named the best marina on the Adriatic in its size category. The marina is bursting with a number of charter sailboats and and facilities; alongside convenient features like repair and equipment shops, car parking, a laundry and an array of restaurants, cafés and pubs, the ACI Dubrovnik Marina also boasts tennis courts, a swimming pool, a massage parlor, hairdresser and pirate-themed playground for kids. You may find it hard to leave!
Nearby bases are the marina of Kotor and the marina of Tivat