ACI Marina is located in the SE part of the port. The marina has a reception station just E of the shipyard. The dock S of the fire is administered by the ACI marina, it is equipped with mooring lines. Good protection. T. +385 (0) 21 63 63 06 or +385 (0) 21 63 63 66 Fax: +385 (0) 21 73 62 72 E-mail: m.milna @ aci-club.hr Web: www.aci-club.hr 144 b.
ACI Marina Milna
Another marina, the marina Vlaska, is located on the NW side of the harbor. TEL / FAX: +385 (0) 21-636247 E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org 90 b
L'ACI Marina se trouve dans la partie SE du port. La marina a un poste d'accueil juste à l'E du chantier naval. Le quai au S du feu est administré par la marina ACI, il est équipé de pendilles. Bonne protection.
T. +385 (0)21 63 63 06 ou +385 (0)21 63 63 66
Fax: +385 (0)21 73 62 72
Une autre marina, la marina Vlaska, est située sur la rive NW du port.
TEL / FAX: +385 (0)21 - 636247
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