The new marina is split into two basins; one for annual moorings and one for visiting yachts

Adriatic Croatia International Club (ACI) has completed a year-long, Kn150 million reconstruction of its marina at Rovinj, Croatia, changing everything but the dimensions of the property and building everything new for what the company bills as the country’s “most luxurious marina.”

The new marina is split into two basins; one for annual moorings and one for visiting yachts, for a total of 196 berths for boats up to 35 meters in length on annual berths or considerably larger for short-term visitors.

According to coratiaweek.com, ACI Marina Rovinj is only the second marina in the country to receive a five-anchor rating which guarantees clients the highest quality equipment and amenities and the ability to meet special requirements and will offer boaters services “infused with exclusiveness in every detail,” according to the company. The five-anchor designation also assures the ways in which services are provided, the amenities offered by the marina and adhering to the principles of environmental protection in daily operations.

ACI is hoping to capitalize and build on the boom in nautical tourism Croatia has experienced over the past ten years.

Croatia’s Prime Minister, Adrej Plenković and ACI president Kristijan Pavić attended the opening last week in Rovinj, but the marina received its first annual mooring at the end of March.