ACI Marina Dubrovnik



ACI Marina Dubrovnik is located in south Adriatic, in Komolac in the Rijeka Dubrovacka, only 6 km away from the town walls and the old historical heart of Dubrovnik. The Marina is open all year round. It has 380 berths and 140 boat places on land. All berths have water and power supply.



Reception desk, a restaurant, a cocktail bar, a snack bar and a pub. It also has tennis courts, football playground with artificial grass, children’s theme playground – “Pirate ship”, a bowling ground, a swimming pool, a massage parlor, a hairdresser, an internet cafe and 2 separate toilet facilities and toilet facilities for the disabled.

There is also a small mall within the Marina, a laundry, a nautical equipment shop, charter agencies, maintenance and repair shop, a 130 t capacity travel lift, a 60 t capacity travel lift, a yacht wash-up waste water treatment plant and a car-park area.

A border crossing open throughout the year is located in the port of Gruz.

Getting to ACI Marina Dubrovnik

You can reach Dubrovnik and the ACI Marina Dubrovnik in Komolac by car and by plane (the Cilipi Airport near Dubrovnik), and by a ferry (seasonal) from Rijeka and Bari (Italy). There is also a year-round ferry to Ancona and seasonal to Pescara via Split.


Sea side Approach

The inlet of Rijeka Dubrovacka at the end of which is the ACI marina until the easily noticeable monastery at Rozat is 170 – 400 m long.

As a way point when approaching the mouth of Rijeka Dubrovacka the islet of Daksa can be used. There is a lighthouse (Fl 6s 7m 10M) on the northern cape of the islet, which can be rounded from either side.

The latitude and longitude of the lighthouse are 42°40,2 N 18°03,5’ E. The entrance to the mouth of Rijeka Dubrovacka is marked by a lighthouse on Cape Kantafig (FlRG2s8m4M). The course through the riverbed leads to the Mokosica lighthouse (Fl R 3s 6m 4M) and further to the ACI marina Dubrovnik.

From Rozat the inlet becomes narrower and more shallower. Sea-depth is 3-5 m. The marina is floodlit at night. A long breakwater protects the marina from the river currents.

Note: Official navigational charts recommended (Official Navigational Charts – publisher HHI Split): 100-27, 100-28, 50-20, MK-26 and Plan 8

Recommended routes:

•          Dubrovnik / Dubrovnik – 140 NM


Day 1 (Sat)


– Sipan

12 NM

Day 2 (Sun)

Sipan – Mljet (Polace)

20 NM

Day 3 (Mon)

Mljet (Polace) – Lastovo (Zaklopatica)

24 NM

Day 4 (Tue)

Lastovo (Zaklopatica) – Korcula

23 NM

Day 5 (Wed)

Korcula – Mljet (Sobra)

23 NM

Day 6 (Thu)

Mljet (Sobra) – Kobas (Peljesac)

12 NM

Day 7 (Fri)

Kobas (Peljesac) – Dubrovnik

18 NM

Day 8 (Sat)

Check out


ACI Marina Dubrovnik Contact:
VHF:  17
Tel: +385/20/455-020
ACI Marina Dubrovnik
Na skali 2, MokošicaHR-20001
DubrovnikHarbour Master’s Office
DubrovnikTel./Fax.: 020-418-988; 020 418-987
VHF: 10 and 16

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