Mandalina Marina & Yacht Club is situated in scenic town of Sibenik, between two national parks – Kornati and Krka in Middle Dalmatia. Sibenik County is the most attractive part of Adriatic coast and the most recommended Croatian nautical destination, chosen as the “world’s number one sailing destination” by National Geographic magazine.
Mandalina Marina & Yacht Club features 350 in-water slips and 50 dry - dock berths and accommodate vessels up to 250 feet in length, offering an outstanding range of on-site conveniences for luxury yacht owners, their guests and crew members. The sea depth by the coastline is suitable for the yachts with a max draft up to 6 meters (19.68 ft.) while the depth by the pontoons is deeper than 15 meters (49.21 ft.).
Croatia’s first superyacht marina will encompass the existing Mandalina Marina & Yacht Club with additional 65 berths, able to moor yachts up to 100 m in length. Superyacht marina will be concluded through 2009, but the main part of new superyacht berths and facilities are ready for the upcoming Adriatic cruising season.
Mandalina Marina & Yacht Club is a member of NCP Group and an IGY destination. NCP Group is Croatia’s leading nautical brand that gathers ten daughter companies, strictly specialized in different nautical business sectors. All companies of NCP Group are situated on Mandalina peninsula what ensures top quality services and absolute fulfilling of all the needs of tourists and boaters, yacht owners and crew who stay on board and at sea during the whole year. The vicinity of NCP Repair Shipyard specialized for refits of yachts up to 250 ft in length, with its envious reference list, is an additional facility for marina’s clients. NCP Refit also offers 24/7 service facility in marina and anywhere on the sea, what guarantees complete security for sailors on Croatia’s Adriatic Sea.
In honour of its first season as the manager of the Mandalina Marina & Yacht Club, Island Global Yachting (IGY) has announced a special offer for savings on berthing this summer. For yachters placing reservations prior to July 1st , the marina is extending a very special 10% savings on its berthing rates.
Other marina facilities are: potable water and electricity (16-250 amps), telephone connectivity at in-water slips, full-time professional marina staff, Wi - Fi internet access, first-class restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, parking on the marina grounds, vast charter options, corporate programs division, gas station and grocery store.
All employees in Mandalina Marina & Yacht Club have long lasting experience in marina business, and the arrival of IGY's know-how improved additionally their already great professional skills. Employees are dedicated to guest’s satisfaction and are excellent at resolving guest inquiries efficiently and courteously.
Furthermore, Mandalina Marina & Yacht Club is very pleasant for staying because it’s very quite and calm during the night, but only few minutes away from downtown of Sibenik, famous for its UNESCO protected heritage with great offer of entertaining summer events. Marina features bar, restaurant and grocery store and in nearby distance from Mandalina Marina are Primošten and Vodice - the top Croatian destinations for summer parties. Mandalina Marina & Yacht Club is perfect whether the owner and the crew prefer calm or entertaining vacation.
Mandalina Marina & Yacht Club is only the first stage of NCP’s and IGY’s ambitious project. The second phase will involve the construction of a resort complex, complete with a five star hotel, luxury villas, sport facilities and exclusive retail shops. The finalization of the resort complex is expected in 2013.
Sibenik is one of the oldest native Croatian towns and is noted as a center of culture and art. With the recent modifications to the marina, Sibenik is destined to become the region’s premier gateway for superyachts, as it offers convenient access to the over 300 scenic islands on the Adriatic, as well as presenting an outstanding hub for which to cruise the Eastern Coast of Italy and the Eastern Mediterranean.