This week Marinanow invites you to Croatia to discover the SCT Marina Trogir: an ideal place to moor your boat and go to the splendid islands of Central Dalmatia.


Trogir: between Sea and History


Trogir is one of the most beautiful towns in Central Dalmatia and overlooks the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea.

This area is characterized by whitewashed beaches, a crystalline sea, islands with hills covered with lavender, small medieval and Renaissance cities and Roman ruins. However, what captures the soul of the tourist is undoubtedly the Dalmatian hospitality and the joy of his people, that will accompany you on your itinerary between picturesque centres and characteristic harbours.



Due to its mild Mediterranean climate, Trogir is one of the most sought after tourist destinations in Croatia.

It is a small gem surrounded by 15th century walls and one of the best preserved medieval cities in Europe – a fascinating place to stroll and enjoy the view and the scent of the sea.

The heart of Trogir is made up of an islet, situated between the mainland and the island of Čiovo and linked to these by bridges, which houses the historic center of the city, considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site.



The city, which has about 13,000 inhabitants, is located in the largest metropolitan area of Split with over 400,000 inhabitants.

Stretched stone alleys drift along the city, revealing angles of rare beauty among small hidden restaurants, shops and arcades. A wide promenade winds around the city, culminating in a fascinating harbour full of sailing boats ready to sail to the islands of Drvenik Mali and Drvenik Veli, with their pristine beaches and their creeks.



In a pleasant combination of Romanesque and Renaissance architecture, Trogir boasts the spectacular Venetian cathedral of St. Lovro, a fifteenth-century town hall and the Church of St. John the Baptist with its beautiful carved portal.



Starting from Trogir and heading east or west you will encounter a large number of beautiful beaches.

About 3 km from Trogir, on the island of Čiovo (connected by a bridge), the town of Okrug Gornji stretches out, characterized by a 1 km long beach where you can enjoy a drink by the sea or spend wonderful evenings in the numerous bars overlooking the bay.

Within a short drive, visitors can explore the ancient ruins of the Roman city of Solin or head for Split with its commercial harbour, residential areas, shops and restaurants located in the incredible ruins of Diocletian’s Palace.

With such a rich heritage of history, sea and territory, naval construction and tourism are undoubtedly the main economic activities of the area.


 SCT Marina



SCT Marina Trogir is an ideal starting point to visit one of the most interesting cruise areas in the world: the Adriatic coast. The 1,777 km coastal area of ​​Croatia reaches, with its 1,246 islands, more than 6,000km: a breathtaking scenery and especially frequented by sea lovers and yachtsmen.

Considering the central location of Trogir on the Dalmatian coast, its proximity to the airport (3 km), the excellent motorway connections nearby and its incredible historical and landscape beauty, there is no doubt that Trogir represents an ideal area for the construction of a very high-quality nautical centre.

The Marina has 256 boat moorings from 12 to 25 metres in length and 30 berths for mega yachts from 25 to 120 metres. On the quay you will find water and electricity and a mooring perfectly protected from all winds.


Services



Service Center Trogir (SCT) is one of the highest category marine companies in the region, offering all the maintenance and shipbuilding services for every type of boat: from yachts to luxury yachts of all sizes.



The Trogir Service Center consists of floating docks with a lifting force ranging from 8,000 to 1,000 tons, a floating crane with a capacity of 70/30 tons and 705 metres of dock and piers that allow all maintenance work to be carried out and repairs on all types of boats, including luxury yachts up to 150 metres in length.

Marine personnel are highly qualified, able to relate to international clients and ready to assist you in all your needs throughout the duration of your stay.



The marina is also equipped with a cozy and elegant bar/restaurant where you can relax and enjoy a cocktail or a drink from early morning until late evening.


If you want to visit Croatia and its islands without giving up to comfort and style, we highly recommend you to not miss the opportunity to book your stay in this beautiful harbour, a real jewel in the region.


 

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