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26th November 2012 added share buttons and revised search pages.

5th November 2012

New members comments system on habours

5th September 2012

Korcula (particularly Vela Luka) page update

22nd August 2012

New Mljet subsite and  National Park pages

24th July 2012

Major Brac site update including Supetar and Pucisca

Destination of the month: Zaclopatica, Lastovo

The home of sailing in Croatia relies on you, our users to review your favourite (or least favourite) locations and keep us up to date. Whether you have a new location you want to review or a comment to make on an existing entry send us your contributions...

January 2015: Milna

Famed as the birth place of Goran Ivanisavic (Wimbledon Champion in 2001) and for being the capital of the Russian protectorate of Brac, the small town of Milna forms the main focus for sailors on the western shore of the Brac and located just to the north of the Splitska Vrata. where it provides a useful stopping off spot for yachts traversing that busy passage. There you will find the ACI Marina but also a good private site, Marina Vlaska ...

 

Welcome to the Home of Sailing in Croatia, the website of the Croatia-International Yacht Club. The club is a virtual one and from our website we aim to provide the best information for those travelling to or sailing in Croatia, with reviews of destinations, restaurants and cafes, marinas, anchorages and harbours. We also aim to provide advice to anyone who wants it who is considering sailing in Croatia either for the first time, or having fallen in love with the Adriatic coast, is making a return visit.


We hope you find enough here to capture your imagination and to plan your sailing visit to Croatia, with over 1000 islands and hundreds of miles of coast line there are still great places to discover and you can start your  Croatian sailing adventure right here where we hope we can help you to find out what is good and what is not...

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Marina Vlaska: Milna


Located at the entrance to the Milna bay at the western end of the Island of Brac is one of the few thriving private marina’s in the Croatian Islands. It is open year round but has only wet berths. Facilities include well maintained toilets and showers, and 24 hour power and water. Staff are friendly and helpful, assisting as necessary with mooring.

 
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An email that popped into the CIYC inbox last week has prompted me to put finger to key board. This email from a marketing rep at an investment company called Kermas was not the usual sales pitch (buy a berth at such and such a marina or attend a boat show) which we usually get bombarded with but was announcing a new marina development.


A new independent marina in Croatia - in itself unusual, I cannot be sure but the last development on this scale I am aware of was Frapa at Rogoznicsa. So I opened the prospectus and was amazed to find the site was in TROGIR!