D-Marin Borik is is a top-of-the-line boutique marina nestled on the western coast of Zadar. With the capacity of 177 berths in the sea and fully refurbished (washrooms, laundry, reception, offices) offering Forty Bar and pool alongside regular marina service facilities, D-Marin Borik is able to shelter yachts up to 30m LOA and 3.5 m draft.
The approach is from the so...
uth-west and is possible all year round. The red light signal at the head of the breakwater also enables entry at night. The two breakwaters shelter the yacht harbour from all winds perfectly.
Marina is easily accessible by boat or car, being only o 20 minutes away from international airport Zadar, 60 minutes to Split and only 20 minutes drive to Croatia’s main A1 motorway.
D-Marin Borik offers the following facilities:
• 177 berths • 15 dry docks • Forty Bar • Pool • 5-ton capacity console crane • 10-ton capacity truck mobile crane
• Tesla destination charging system
The closest fuel station is 1NM away from marina, within the port of Zadar.
D-Marin Borik is a holder of the Blue flag and Safe Stay in Croatia, a national label of safety protocols in tourism and hospitality.
Very close to D-Marin Borik, there is a well-stocked supermarket and a small kiosk. More shopping amenities for larger provisions are available in Zadar. A bus runs regularly to the centre of the historic centre from the marina. In and around this area, there are several supermarkets, bakeries, and butcher's shops. Nearby marina there are two beaches – Borik and Vitrenjak.
Marina is located in one of the most preferred touristic areas of Zadar with many caffe bars and restaurants, while her own Forty bar offers breakfast, light lunch and sushi with deliveries to boats available as well.
Zadar is a kind of open-air museum where on display you will find some of the most beautiful monuments of architecture and cultural heritage of the eastern Adriatic coast.
Its city walls are the ancient guardians of this still vibrant historic museum in the open, end they are added to UNESCO's World Heritage List.
The Zadar seafront called Riva, is a place of meeting, gathering and happenings, as well as a place for pleasant strolls with the view over the Ugljan and Pašman islands, and the endless open sea to the northwest. Two modern installations built on the western point of Riva became new symbols of this ancient city: The Greeting to the Sun (made of 300 multi-layered glass solar panels in the shape of a circle of a 22-meter diameter. Throughout the day, it collects the energy of the Sun and transforms it into the electricity, which is then used by and around the installation throughout the night) and Sea Organ - a unique blend of architecture and music. The sounds that the Sea Organ produces are a result of the release of sea energy, or rather waves and tides.
Number of berths:177
Type of berthing:
Max length:30 m
Berthing assistance: Yes
01.03. - 01.10
Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa
07:30 - 20:00
01.10. - 01.03.
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa
08:00 - 15:00
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Wirklich schöne moderne Marina, top Service beim Anlegen, sehr saubere und moderne Sanitäranlagen. Wir haben für eine 9,99m Segelyacht ca. 100€ bezahlt. Ob es das Wert ist?! Muss jeder selbst wissen. Preislisten sind nicht öffentlich einsehbar - fragwürdig…