Marinas Kornati and Sangulin, Biograd

Biograd marina consist of two marinas, but at the same location and the same port entrance.

Kornati marina - It lies on a natural bay and has 500 berths at depth of up 4 m, and 200 spaces for dry storage. Boat rentals are available. Facilities include a repair shop, a 55-ton travel lift, and a 10-ton lift. Marina Kornati - The leading charter destination on the Adriatic coast. Marina has retained its status of the leading charter center in Croatia with over 300 charter boats owned by 12 charter companies operating within the marina and selling the world's leading manufacturers' vessels, in addition to their charter business. Marina Kornati consists of three interconnected units: The central part of Marina Kornati with 380 berths in the sea and 70 onshore, i.e. with the total of 450 berths; the western part of the marina with 200 berths in the sea, and the southern part of the marina with 100 berths. The marina entrance is 40 m wide, while the deepest spot - draft reaches up to 6.50 m.

Sangulin marina - A private marina with 200 berths at a depth of up to 4 m and 20 spaces for dry storage. Facilities include a repair shop, a movable lift, and a launch lamp. Over 30 years experience, Easy access & full service, Safe marina with 200 berths, Daily boat excursions, Yacht charter & sales, Camping village... The maritime zone annually hosts more than 40 domestic and international regattas of all classes and over 30 flotillas, which are attended by up to 10,000 sailors from around the world. Therefore, the marina Kornati and Biograd na Moru rightly and proudly deserve to wear the title of not only a nautical but also a regatta center of Northern Dalmatia.

About Biograd

Two modern and well-equipped marinas with a large number of berths, a diverse offer of boats for charter and a large number of organized regattas make Biograd a meeting point for sailors from all over the world.

Biograd na Moru, formerly a royal Croatian town, is a famous tourist and nautical destination in the very center of the Adriatic Riviera. Surrounded by national parks (Kornati, Paklenica, Krka Falls, the Plitvice lakes) and the nearby historical cities of Zadar, Šibenik, and Nin, the town will make your stay on the Croatian Adriatic an unforgettable one. You can go swimming in the clear sea just a hundred meters from the center of the town, and for those seeking solitude and peace, the forest-covered islets in the Pašman Channel are nearby.