Free Anchorage Skradin KRKA Park 

5 (1 rating)
  • 43° 48' 59" N, 15° 55' 54" E / See on the map

Characteristics

  • Anchor
    Allowed
  • Mooring buoys
    Unavailable
  • Anchor stern to
    Unavailable
  • Lines ashore
    Recommended

Type of seabed

  • Sand

  • Mud

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

  • Beach
    Available
  • Snack
    Available
  • Water
    Available
  • Dock
    Available

User reviews (1 rating)

  • Gavin ~ 12/03/2021
    Water Dogs | Sailboat ~ 13.8 m

    I was exploring the other three coves across from town when two men in a dinghy advised me that all three coves were controlled by the ACI marina and fees would apply. They also advised me I could anchor in this cove, closer to the bridge, for free. I expressed my surprise that a private marina could get permission to control all these coves, and he just shrugged and smiled. They were very kind and helpful. As their dinghy turned to go, my son noticed ACI on his jacket. So we think the information is reliable. We anchored here for several nights in March with no troubles. Holding is excellent. There is a small current down the river. On the south side of the river, closer to the bridge, there are two large metal ship bollards that could take shore lines to limit swing if desired. The row to town is obviously further from here but otherwise is lovely. As you head down the river towards town, on the north side there is a small creek and a floating dock used for launching rowing boats. We tied our dinghy here and walked the short distance to town. There are swans:) Access to the park is at a gate right near the bridge. 30 kuna per adult, 20 per child, under 7 free. No dinghy or boats are allowed up the river past the bridge. So access is by foot or bicycle, 3.5km.

    I was exploring the other three coves across from town when two men in a dinghy advised me that all three coves were controlled by the ACI marina and fees would apply. They also advised me I could anchor in this cove, closer to the bridge, for free. I expressed my surprise that a private marina could get permission to control all these coves, and he just shrugged and smiled. They were very kind and helpful. As their dinghy turned to go, my son noticed ACI on his jacket. So we think the information is reliable. We anchored here for several nights in March with no troubles. Holding is excellent. There is a small current down the river. On the south side of the river, closer to the bridge, there are two large metal ship bollards that could take shore lines to limit swing if desired. The row to town is obviously further from here but otherwise is lovely. As you head down the river towards town, on the north side there is a small creek and a floating dock used for launching rowing boats. We tied our dinghy here and walked the short distance to town. There are swans:) Access to the park is at a gate right near the bridge. 30 kuna per adult, 20 per child, under 7 free. No dinghy or boats are allowed up the river past the bridge. So access is by foot or bicycle, 3.5km.