To get to the Marina Kaštela one must first enter the Bay of Kaštela and proceed to its north-eastern shores on which the marina is situated. The Bay of Kaštela is the largest bay in Mid Adriatic. 8 nm long, with Kozjak mountain on the north, narrow Trogir channel on the west, elongated Čiovo and Marjan peninsulas on the south, and industrial and residential zones of Split on the east. Contact on-duty officer through VHF ch.17, who will give you further directions to your berth or mooring position, and help you with berthing or mooring.
Upon passage through the strait between cape Čiovo (visible beacon light BBI(2)6s9m7M) and cape Marjan (visible beacon light ZBI3s8m4M), you can see the Oceanography Institute building. Continue sailing in north-eastern direction, passing by the left side of green light buoy, moored about quarter of nautical mile north from cape Marjan mentioned before.
Upon passing the buoy, set your course to 18° which will get you straight to the main entrance of the Marina Kaštela. You need to pay attention to the Galija shallow which must remain on your starboard side. The shallow is marked properly by yellow light buoy.
Entrance to the service zone with repair facilities is between the breakwater on the west and pier with visible yachts in dry berth stored ashore on the east.
Main entrance to the marina is on the west side. Enter the marina from north-west direction between the breakwaters. Vessel speed on entrance and inside marina is limited to 2 knots. Depth on entrance is 4.8m (16 ft), and minimum depth inside is 1.8m (6 ft).