It's the first marina built in Slovenia. Planning began as far back as 1974 and the marina was constructed on areas that were once the salt pans of Lucija. Today there are more than a thousand berths available in the sea, on shore and in two hangars as well as the Fazan canal. It is a safe port, a good haven in all winds, located in the protected eastern part of the Gulf of Piran, where the conditions for safe navigation and recreational sailing are stable throughout the year.
Berths in sea
Two basins contain 650 berths in the sea, for vessels from 6 to 30 m length, with a maximum draft of 3,8 m, with the possibility to plug in to water and electricity. The vessels are moored to logs planted in the sea bed and stainless steel bits, and are additionally secured by cable moorings. All this provides for safe and simple mooring of yachts. The marina’s infrastructure at the disposal of our guests consists of modern bathroom and toilet facilities with solar energy heating; large protected parking spaces; a fuel station; and a station for disposal of black waters and bilge waste.
Everyday weather forecasts are available at the marina’s reception and the guest may make use of WLAN – wireless internet network.
A large area of land is designated for the storage of up to 300 vessels, with a maximum weight of 60 tons. Safe and comfortable access is possible on two shore access piers (steel constructions) for vessels from 10 to 15 meters length, that also have the possibility to plug in to water and electricity.
Two vast hangars provide storage for vessels throughout the year, but are used mostly in the winter.