Berthing Print
There are two ACI Marinas in the region of Dubrovnik ( the one in Dubrovnik and the one in Korčula Town ). We find them rather expensive ( cca.50.EUR.- for a 40ft boat ) and the charges are increasing annually. Still, if you want to find a berth in the ACI Marina of Korčula, it's advised to arrive there before 14h.

 
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The next ACI Marina is on Pakleni Island, in the vicinity of Hvar Town. Most of the islands have public quays; some have lazy lines, some don't. Usually you're charged here 20.-30.-EUR per night, with no water or electricity facility! That's why we recommend using waterside restaurants' lazy lines that have the moorings laid for their customers. These restaurants you will find in Kobaš on Peninsula Pelješac, in Polače and Pomena on Mljet Island etc. Some of these moorings are substantial, others not, but all are probably satisfactory in settled weather. Normal practice for each lazy line is to pick up the light line ( rope ) with boat-hook and overhaul it until the main tackle comes to hand. DO NOT use an anchor. Also, some restaurants have their own buoys in the restaurant vicinity ( Šipan Luka on Island Šipan, Okuklje and Pomena on Island Mljet ). The buoy has a pick-up ring on top and a heavier ring underneath to pass the yacht's line through.
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