In charge of the Mediterranean’s largest chain of marinas, Croatia’s leading boating tourism company is the first choice of boaters from all over the world and an ideal starting point for embarking on new adventures. Boaters know this and keep coming back to ACI, and in return ACI caters to their every wish. Whether they prefer active holidays, or relaxing far from the noise and commotion of cities, or crave new cultural, nature or food experiences, ACI can offer them the best sailing routes, complete comfort and a safe berth.


In the south of Dalmatia, where the string of Adriatic islands ends and the open sea begins, at the foothills of Srđ hill lies the pearl of the Adriatic, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that dates back to the 7th century. The city of Dubrovnik, which offers a surpassingly rich cultural heritage and a bewildering array of visitor services, houses one of the most beautiful marinas in the Adriatic, a mere 6 km from the city centre. For 15 years in a row ACI Marina Dubrovnik has been awarded the Blue Flag for its perfectly clean sea, and has been declared the best marina in the Adriatic (in the 250-450 berth category) in the “Flower of Tourism – Quality for Croatia” competition for three consecutive years (2010-2012). It is one of the safest marinas to berth, keep and maintain your vessel in. All year round it provides shelter for 380 boats in wet berths and 140 in dry berths, and can accommodate mega yachts up to 60 metres long.


- reception with a bureau de change, with a shooping point with rich selection of accessories from the exclusive ACI collection

- cashpoint

- restaurant, cafe bar, beer hall, internet café

- super market, nautical equipment store

-  charter agencies

-  tennis and bocce court, futsal pitch with artificial grass, children’s Pirate Ship themed playground

- swimming pool, hairdresser, massage, fitness outdoors

- toilet and shower facilities with separate disabled provision, launderette

- repair and maintenance service, travel lifts with 60 and 130 t capacity

- fuel station

- Wi-Fi internet access



VHF Channel: 17
Tel: +385 (0)20 455 020
GSM: +385 (0)98 398 813
Fax: +385 (0)20 451 922
E-mail: m.dubrovnik@aci-club.hr


The newest ACI marina named after Veljko Barbieri, the founder of the ACI marinas chain, has been built in a wonderful place of mystical blueness, treetops of thick forests reaching the sea, and incredible ambience, where, even today, you can feel the atmosphere of the renowned Republic. Slano was already settled in antiquity and during the early Christianity period. However, Slano was especially influenced by the Republic of Ragusa from the end of the 14th century onward. During this period the Franciscan monastery, Church of St. Jerome, summer house Ohmučević, Prince’s palace as well as other sacral and private buildings were built. Slano is today a tourist destination with beautiful beaches along the entire bay as well as the hotels Adriatic and Osmine. It has been able to preserve the peace and atmosphere of the Dubrovnik riviera.

The Elaphite islands are only a stone’s throw away from Slano. Jakljan with its bays in which the forest reaches the sea, Luka and Suđurađ on Šipan, places full of traces of a glorious past, especially summer houses and churches from the golden age of the Republic of Ragusa. Lopud, a small town situated along the bay and island of the same name, surrounded by lush vegetation, and his bay Šunj are only around 10 nautical miles away from Slano. Lopud is the birthplace of Dubrovnik’s navigation. Koločep, the last inhabited island of the South Adriatic with Donje and Gornje Čelo, is a few miles eastward.


– 193 sea berths

– yachts up to 20 m in length


- reception with a bureau de change and a shopping point with a rich selection of accessories from the exclusive ACI collection

- swimming pool

- restaurant

- toilet and shower facilities with separate facilities for disabled people, launderette

- charter agency

-  car park

- Wi-Fi internet access


VHF Channel: 17
Tel: + 385 ( 0) 20 441 721
GSM: +385 (0) 99 478 8059
Fax: +385 (0)75 801 809
E-mail: m.slano@aci-club.hr


The town of Korčula, in the northeast of its namesake South Dalmatian island, is among the most beautiful and best preserved medieval towns on the Croatian coast and in all of the Mediterranean, and is justly referred to as “Little Dubrovnik.” ACI Marina Korčula is situated right next to its historic centre. The town is 130 kilometres  from Dubrovnik’s Ćilipi Airport, and in the summer the island has good ferry connections to Orebić on the Pelješac peninsula, to Split, Rijeka, Zadar, Dubrovnik, Lastovo and Hvar, and to Drvenik and the Italian towns of Ancona and Pescara. There are fast catamaran services to Lastovo, Hvar and Split throughout the year, and to Dubrovnik in the summer.

ACI Marina Korčula, which offers an unforgettable view of the town ringed with centuries-old stone walls, has 159 berths and 16 dry berths.

– mega yachts up to 40m in length can be accommodated


- reception with a bureau de change  and with a shooping point with rich selection of accessories from the exclusive ACI collection

- cashpoint

- restaurant, cafe bar, grocery store, nautical equipment, household items and gift stores, hairdresser

- repair and maintenance shop, 10t crane

- toilet and shower facilities with separate disabled provision

- car park

- Wi-Fi internet access

- fuel station 0.5 km from the marina

- border crossing point in town open year-round

- room and apartments accommodation in the period from June till October


VHF Channel: 17
Tel: +385 (0)20 711 661
GSM: +385 (0)98 398 854
Fax: +385 (0)20 711 748
E-mail: m.korcula@aci-club.hr