Marina Punat on the island of Krk is the oldest marina in Croatia. Founded back in 1964, it has developed into a prestigious marina, a true nautical pearl with a rich offer and service.
It is located in the naturally protected Puntarska draga, where the international cruiser regatta "Croatia Cup" has been organized every year since 1984. It was the first marina on the east coast of the Adriatic. Marina Punat is the first Croatian marina to be awarded the Blue Flag award for high quality tourist service and environmental protection and has been awarded consecutively since 1998. The marina also has 2 ISO certificates, one for nautical tourism services, the other for environmental protection - the only on the Adriatic coast.
Marina Punat has 800 quality berths on 11 waterfronts while the dry marina can accommodate 400 boats. It is a safe, tidy and easily accessible marina. Due to its position, it is an ideal location for accommodating boats in Croatia. The island of Krk is the closest island to Central and Western Europe, and is connected to the mainland by a bridge and good highways almost all the way to the island. The international airport on the island itself (only 30 km away from the marina), with cheap flights from many European cities allows a quick and safe arrival at the marina. With the neighboring islands of Cres and Rab, there are year-round ferry lines.
Marina Punat is the winner of numerous awards as well as multiple awards for the best Croatian marina.