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Marina ACI Vrboska

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Marina ACI Vrboska
Vrboska bb
21463 Vrboska
Latitude : 43° 10' 46" Longitude : 16° 40' 34"
Total number of berths : 119
phone: +385(0)21 774 018
fax: +385(0)21 774 144
email: m.vrboska@aci-club.hr
vhf: 17
Although it is the smallest town on the island of Hvar, the beauty of Vrboska easily surpasses that of all the others, primarily due to its geographical location.


Although it is the smallest town on the island of Hvar, the beauty of Vrboska easily surpasses that of all the others, primarily due to its geographical location. It is situated on the northern coast of the central part of the island, deep in a bay at the end of a narrow, meandering inlet. In the middle of the bay is an island and numerous small bridges span the channel, earning Vrboska the nickname of “Little Venice”.  Roman ruins indicate that the town has been inhabited since antiquity, but the oldest preserved monuments and buildings date back to the 15th century.

Impressive old houses in Gothic, Neo-Renaissance and Baroque styles, as well as Mediterranean architecture with characteristic stone buildings and narrow streets, predominate in the town. This idyllic picture is complemented by the thick pine forest hugging the town on the landward side, and beautiful beaches and coves on the seaward side. A rich tradition of fishing is evident in the cuisine offered in this charming, warm small town. Nowadays the primary activity in Vrboska is tourism, of course, and the central marina on the northern coast of Hvar is economically the most important establishment in Vrboska. ACI Marina Vrboska, located in the outer part of the harbour of Vrboska, is open all year round.

Did you know…?

…that the fortified church in Vrboska is one of the most beautiful examples of this type of architecture. It was built on the foundations of the former Church of St. Mary, burnt down during the large Turkish raid lead by Uluj Ali Pasha, when most of the island was plundered and burnt.
…that Vrboska has a long tradition of nudism, mostly practiced on the island of Zečevo and in the Nudist Camp, only a kilometre from the town centre.

Berths

- 119 berths
- 17 dry berths

Amenities

  • reception with a bureau de change
  • toilet and shower facilities, launderette
  • 5t crane
  • car park
  • Wi-Fi internet access
  • in the immediate vicinity of the marina there are several restaurants, taverns and bakeries
  • fuel station

Transport connections

Vrboska is connected with Split, the regional centre (with an international airport and motorway to Zagreb) via ferry port in Stari Grad, 7 km away. It is also connected with Rijeka and Dubrovnik by year-round and seasonal ferry services, as well as with the Italian cities of Ancona and Pescara via Split, and Bari via Dubrovnik. There is also a boat service to the town of Bol on the neighbouring island of Brač, which has a small international airport.

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Crane Workshop Gas station Electricity Water Parking Restaurant Café Shower WC Weather forecast Laundry room
Rates
Daily rental: 304 kn - 4114 kn All prices
Special offer
Daily berth benefits 2+1 free Cres – for two paid daily berths, the third daily berth is free of charge* ACI Cres 2+1 free Kornati – for two paid daily berths, the third is free of charge* ACI Žut ACI Piškera 1+1+1 free Kornati – for one paid daily berth in ACI Žut and one paid daily berth in ACI Piškera, the second daily berth in ACI Piškera is free of charge and vice versa* ACI Žut ACI Piškera *valid only for consecutive days of daily berth Super Weekly Combinations – if you are looking for the most affordable sailing route, search the answer in the selected ACI marinas: ACI Žut** – best deals on Fridays and Saturdays ACI Piškera** – best deals on Fridays and Saturdays ACI Vrboska – best deals from Friday to Sunday ACI Dubrovnik – best deals from Monday to Thursday **not applicable from 15th July-25th August Free entrance fee for National park Kornati – included into daily berth price ACI Piškera ACI Card daily berth benefits 2017 50% discount on daily berth in ACI Umag and ACI Opatija –link na stranicu marine 30% discount on daily berth in ACI Šimuni – link na stranicu marine 20% discount on daily berth in all other ACI marinas – link na stranicu marine
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Max boat length
30 m
Sea depth
From 4 m to 9 m
Approach
Vrboska is a town and harbour situated on the northern coast of the island of Hvar, at the end of a deep and narrow bay, so the marina provides good shelter from all winds. When approaching from the north, a good landmark is provided by the island of Zečevo, which has a lighthouse (Fl W 5s 11m 5M) the exact position of which is 43° 11.5’ N 16° 42.1’ E. To reach ACI Marina Vrboska the Glavica peninsula must be rounded. At night one should steer towards the red lighthouse marking the entrance to Jelsa (Fl R 3s 6m 5M). When the lighthouse on Cape Križ (Fl W 2s 5m 5M) comes into view, the lights of the town of Vrboska will also become visible; steer in that direction. When coming from the south, southeast or east, the marina can be approached by sailing along the northern coast of Hvar Island from east to west. All three lighthouses mentioned above are visible at night and the piers of ACI’s marina are illuminated as well. Note: It is recommended to use the official navigational charts published by HHI Split: 100-25, 100-26, MK-19, and Plan 535. The ACI marina User is obliged to contact the contractual marina via telephone or radio station on channel VHF 17 at least 30 minutes prior to entering the harbour in order to notify his arrival and ask for permission to enter.