Airport – Marina Transfers

Marina transport

All the marinas in Dalmatia are within easy reach of a major airport. The Yacht Break can organize transfers on your behalf to make your journey run smoothly.

This table shows you the distance by road between the most convenient airport and the marinas that we sail from so that you can get an idea of transfer time. You can also click on the links to bring up a Google map each route:

Marina \ Airport Northern (Zadar) Central (Split) Southern (Dubrovnik)
Sukošan (D-Marin Dalmaijca) 10 km
Šibenik (D-Marin Mandalina) 84 km 48 km
Primošten (Kremik) 109 km 40 km
Seget Donji (Baotić) 7 km
Trogir (SCT) 6 km
Kaštela 9 km
Split (ACI) 31 km
Dubrovnik (ACI) 22 km

The Yacht Break team can arrange for a reliable company to meet you at the airport and bring you directly to your yacht at the base marina. Whether you require a large transporter (ie an 8-seater), a limo, or smaller taxi, just let us know. We will make the reservation and then you can pay the driver directly.


Alternatively, you can pick up an Uber from any of the airports for yourself. Make sure that you direct them to the correct base marina though, as some towns have more than one!

Coach transfer

At Split Airport, there is a regular air-conditioned coach that runs to Split bus station for 30 kunas (one-way). Advance tickets are bookable online and are valid all day (you can also pay when you board). In Split, the bus station is the opposite side of the port to the marina. When you alight from the coach, you will need to walk 2.3 km around the bay and along the Riva. It is a pleasant walk with plenty of bars and cafes en route but could be hot if you have cumbersome baggage.

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