ACI Marina Vodice is a modern marina located in a stunning natural setting in the heart of Dalmatia, Croatia. This marina offers 382 berths for boats up to 20 meters in length in the crystal-clear turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea. This marina is conveniently located at the mouth of the Krka River and is close to beautiful attractions such as the nearby National Park, the picturesque historic town of Šibenik, and the Mediterranean city of Split. Visitors can also explore the numerous islands of the Adriatic Sea and enjoy the abundant local cuisine. ACI Marina Vodice is a great starting point for those looking to explore the Dalmatian coast or simply relax in the sun. The marina offers a wide range of amenities to guarantee a pleasant stay, including a restaurant, bar, laundry service, and a fuel station. The friendly staff will be happy to help visitors with any needs during their stay.
The town of Vodice is easily identified by Okit hill (133 m) topped by a small church, as well as by the town’s bell tower and the tall building of the Punta Hotel whose light is visible from afar at night. In addition, there is a tall stone monument in the shape of a torch north of the harbour entrance, the marina’s long breakwater made of stacked-up stones some 100 m east of the entrance to the harbour (which is also the entrance to the marina), and a light on the breakwater head – a red tower with a gallery (Fl R 5s 7m 3M). Southeast of the harbour light on the breakwater, at a distance of approximately 180 m, there is a shoal of about 1.3 m depth, marked by a light (Fl G 5s 5m 2M). The shoal can only be rounded from the right. When entering the port at night, watch out for the shoal – it is marked by the obscured sector of the Vodice harbour light.