Sailhunt’s base is situated in a pretty old town of Zadar in Croatia.
Marina Zadar Tankerkomerc is carefully placed in a very well protected bay between main land and city centre’s peninsula. It offers a safe harbour for all types of winds in Croatia.
Our sail boats and power boats are moored at pier number one (the first one in the marina, right at the main marina entrance), pier A (second boat on the right) and pier E (the last pier in the marina).
Marina Zadar offers berths with 220 V power sockets and water, parking places and a garage, snack bar, sanitary facilities, ATM machine and a travel lift.
ARRIVAL BY CAR
If you are arriving by car:
- enter Marina Zadar Tankerkomerc using the main entrance
- you’ll receive a parking ticket at the ramp
- for Bavaria 44 Mirna or Bavaria 46 Cruiser Buba V you can place your car for awhile directly in front of the boat to unload your luggage and supplies, then you can park the car in the designated areas (outside or in the garage)
- for Sun Odyssey 39i Orsula you can place your car near the pier A for 10 minutes to unload your luggage and supplies, then you should park your car in the designated areas
- for Sun Odyssey 36i Agatha, Sun Odyssey 36.2 Sea Dancer, Merry Fisher 695 DiV or Bavaria 32 Sport Julie the closest you can come is the beginning of pier D; we will give you trolley in order to move your luggage and supplies easily, then you can park your car in the designated areas (outside or in the garage)
- if you are leaving your car in the marina, please give your ticket on check-in for validation in order to pay reduced price for the parking on the marina reception before you leave
- one hour of parking in the marina is free of charge
ARRIVAL BY PLANE
If you are arriving by plane, please inform us about all the details (your flight number, airport and time of arrival) so we can help you find the best solution for your transfer to the marina (by bus, by rent a car or a taxi/shuttle bus).
Price-wise, it is always better to order your taxi/shuttle bus in advance rather than get one directly on spot.
Zadar’s city centre is just 15 – 20 minutes walk or a short boat ride with traditional Zadar’s boat transfer – a wooden, orange coloured rowerboat that is – together with his rower called barkajol, contracted for this job by the city – transferring people of Zadar from main land to peninsula (city centre) for more than 800 years.
The closest (almost) sandy beach is 30 minutes walk from Marina Zadar, just after you pass Hotel Kolovare and the “swimming pool”.
Famous attractions and photo op. are Sea Organs, light installation Greeting to the Sun and St. Donat’s church from 9th century. They are all situated on Zadar’s peninsula that is connected to the main land by the famous foot bridge.