43° 30' 53.8272" N, 16° 14' 54.6792" E

Trogir is a town in Central Dalmatia, on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea. The very heart of Trogir constitutes an islet lying between the mainland and the island of Ciovo, and on it, the UNESCO-protected old town centre is located. This beautiful historic UNESCO town of Trogir is a magnet for super yachts which moor up along the café lined promenade; many excellent restaurants sit inside the medieval walls. 

Trogir is an ancient town dating back to the Roman times, even they used it as a port for ships coming in and out of the town.

It’s a beautiful stop for yacht charters, surrounded by sparkly crystalline sea with a warm Mediterranean climate and is situated in a spot that you shouldn't miss whilst your sailing around the Dalmatian Islands.

With luscious green foliage breaking up the stone walls, Trogir has a good combination of the ancient and the modern. Enjoy the atmosphere of old Dalmatian taverns, great frsh fish, fantastic wine and special local brandy.

The Marina Trogir represents an ideal starting point for yacht charters to one of the most interesting cruising areas in the world - the attractive Adriatic coast. The coastline of Croatia measures 1,777 km but, when combined with its 1,246 islands, amounts to more than 6,000 km.

Situated in the area with a mild, Mediterranean climate, Trogir - with its 2,700 hours of sunshine throughout the year - is a true gem among the Croatian tourist destinations. The average summer temperatures reach 30 °C and above. The summer sea temperature is 25 °C .