43°56.20′ N – 15°26.70′ E
Address: Setaliste Kneza Branimira 1, 23210 Biograd
Tel: +385 032 38 38 00
Fax: +385 023 38 45 00
The marina is open year round. It is located north of the ferry pier in the northern part of the town harbor; Marina Sangulin is located in the southern part of the harbor.
Boats enter between the the two large breakwaters protecting both sides of the marina.
There are berths for 360 boats. The breakwaters protect the marina from winds but north-westerlies can produce swells in the marina.
Facilities include a reception office, water and electricity hook ups, showers and toilets, telephones, a hotel, a restaurant, various shops (nautical, sport equipment, etc.), a parking lot, a charter-fleet, and fuel just outside the marina. The marina has a hoist (10t) and is equipped for most repairs and maintenance.
In the Area:
Biograd na Moru dates from the 10th century and has developed into a tourist destination, characterized by beautiful beaches and picturesque bays, in the last fifty years. Biograd has important historical interest as in the 11th century, it was the seat of the Croatian king. Then in 1125 Venetians destroyed Biograd but were not able to gain control for nearly three-hundred years. And finally in 1646 Biograd was again destroyed; this time by the Turks. There are three national parks in the vicinity: Paklenica, Kornati Archipelago and Krka. Telascica Nature Park is also not far.
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