Marina Pomer

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WorldMediterraneanAdriatic SeaCroatiaIstriaMedulinMarina Pomer
44°49.338'N, 013°54.129'E Chart icon.png
Marina Pomer
Radio VHF channel 17
Phone +385 (52) 573 162
Mobile +385 (98) 398 832
Fax +385 (52) 573 266
E-mail [email protected]
Berths 294
Max. length 18.0 metres
Max. draft 5.0 metres
Fuel No fuel dock
Water Yes, on berth
Electricity Yes, 240v
Toilets Yes
Showers Yes
Laundry No
Internet WiFi
Cable TV No
Hours ?
Address Pomer 26 A, 52100 Pomer, Croatia
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Plan of Marina Pomer

Marina Pomer lies at the NW end of the large inlet of Medulin, which extends for nearly five miles inland just E of the extreme southern tip of the peninsula of Istria in Croatia. The marina is owned and operated by the government-owned ACI Club group of marinas, which also operates marinas at Umag, Rovinj and Pula on the west and Opatija on the east coast of Istria. Marina Pomer offers 253 berths in total for yachts up to 18 metres and in depths of up to 5.0 metres.


Call Marina Pomer on VHF channel 17 prior to entry. Alternatively, telephone or e-mail to enquire about berthing or advance reservations.


The bay of Medulin is entered between the Cape Kamenjak at the southern tip of Istria and Cape Marlera two miles E. The main channel up to Marina Pomer passes east of the islet of Fenera (also see Medulin) and then between the islands of Ceja and Bodulas, favouring the side closer to Ceja, where the water is deeper. A course of NNW for a further two miles takes you through the main channel towards the islet of Premanturski Skoljic, which must be left to port. Marina Pomer is easily identifiable by a conspicuous white crane. The marina sits in a long, V-shaped inlet protected from S and E by a breakwater extending NE then NNE. Shelter once inside the breakwater is good, although berths on the breakwater itself can be uncomfortable in strong northerlies.


Berthing assistance available. Yachts berth bows or stern-to on either side of the four long piers or on the inside of the breakwater. There are laid moorings at all berths.


  • Minimarket


Small boatyard. Fixed crane (10 T). Hard standing for up to 30 yachts. Engine, electrical and electronic repairs. Wood, steel and fiberglass hull repairs. Sail repairs. Diver.




The marina is 500 metres from the shops and other facilities of Pomer town.


What road transport is available?


Current price (February 2011) for typical 13 metre yacht: Euros 60 (high season - July and August); Euros 52 (mid season April, May, September, October); Euros 26 (low season - November to March).

See Price list.


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