Marina Punat is located in a sheltered bay in the southern part of the island of Krk. It may be one of the oldest marinas in Croatia, but it is still in good condition and has been awarded prizes for its good quality. It is an ideal starting point for sailing trips to Kvarner Bay and the Kornati. To enter Marina Punat, you have to sail through the narrow strait of Usta. But when a Bora or SW Ju...
go wind blows, it does become difficult to pass. During the day you need to watch out especially for swimmers. At night, it is difficult to distinguish the light signals from the the town's lights. The marina is open all year round. Yachts can moor at the 780 berths, which have mooring lines and have all of the service facilities you would expect of a modern marina. A few berths for visiting yachts are available at the L-shaped transit pier in the north part of the marina. Four well-kept sanitary facilities with showers and WCs are spread out through the entire complex. There are an additional 470 parking spaces along the quay wall for cars and trailers. The closest fuel station lies some two nautical miles further west in Krk.
Shopping in Punat Marina Punat has a supermarket with a good range of products as well as a chandlery. More shopping amenities are available in the town centre, which is within walking distance. There are several supermarkets, bakeries and butcher's shops as well as a daily market selling fresh products.
Food and leisure in Punat There is a restaurant and a pizzeria at Marina Punat. A number of restaurants and cafés have opened along the lovely waterfront in town. Visitors taking a stroll through the many narrow and winding alleys in the historic centre of Punat will be enchanted by its special charm and they will find many places of interest. Also worth visiting is the small island of Košljun in the middle of the bay where more than 400 different varieties of plants grow. There is also a Franciscan monastery from the 15th century with its own small museum. Many sports activities are to be found in Punat, especially in and around water, e.g. there has been a water ski and wakeboard lift in the bay since 2001.