Marina Punat is open year round. It is located north of Punat, beside the shipyard Punat, on the eastern shore of Puntarska Draga Cove on the island Krk. As the oldest Croatian marina, it holds a European blue flag, marking environmental protection.
Marina Punat is in the small town of Punat in the south-western part of Krk Island. The town of Punat has a long history of shipbuilding. The marina was built in 1964, making it the oldest marina in Croatia and an important nautical centre in the Adriatic ever since. It is also the first marina in the country to hold a Blue Flag. You can walk to the town center from the marina in just 10 minutes. Because it is located in a sheltered bay, Marina Punat is protected from all winds. But sometimes the west winds can cause swells.
Mooring: Marina Punat has 11 piers with 800 berths at sea for boats up to 45 meters in length and 400 dry berths for boats up to 10 meters. On land, the marina can also accommodate 100 vessels (max 15 m long). All berths provide water and electricity (16 A to 125 A). The marina is a safe refuge from all winds.
Sightseeing: Krk, which is the biggest island in the Adriatic, is connected to the mainland by a bridge. But the bridge can be temporarily closed during strong winds. The northern shore of the island is windy and rocky, but the southern shore is green and has numerous coves. The island has been populated since the Neolithic times. In the middle ages it was under Frankopan rule. Punat is a small holiday resort in the southern part of the island. In the bay opposite the marina, there is a Franciscan monastery on the island Kosljun that was built in the 12th century. If you’re on Krk, you shouldn’t miss to visit Omisalj, Malinska, Vrbnik or Baska.
Facilities include water and electricity hook ups, showers and toilets, hotel, various shops, restaurant, café/bar, skipper club, exchange office, large car park, fuel (2km). There are also several lifts and a slipway; it is possible to have repairs done.