Pula is a stunning pearl in the northwest part of Croatia also called the Istrian region. The region itself is famous for high quality food and beverage products such as; Truffles, Cheese, Wine, Vegetables. The town of Pula is the 8th largest in Croatia and sits well protected inside a large natural bay on the peninsula of Istria.
From the city centre you have a 10-minute taxi ride to our marina, Marina Polesana, but you can also get there by using the shuttle boat from the city centre. In the Marina you will find our office that opened in 2023 with a variety of boats.
The Sailing are
Sailing in the northern part of Croatia
Travel to Pula
There are plenty of both domestic and international flights flying to Pula airport. If you don’t find the right flight for the day of check-in of your vessel it’s not a big deal. Pula has a lot to offer, and you will have a great day or two in the town no matter if you want to go swimming and enjoy the sun or do some city sightseeing and more culture-oriented activities.
If you have decided to travel by car to your sailing holiday Pula is ideal for the simple reason that it’s close to the northwest boarder of Croatia and central Europe. A quick drive from the marina you will find plenty of great options to buy supplies and groceries for your sailing. We do have parking space in the marina as well.
By Public transport
There are plenty of great long distance buss options to Pula. By a simple google search you will get multiple buss options for you travel, Train is not an option.
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DOCUMENTS & CHECK-IN
IN CASE OF DAMAGE ON THE BOAT
If an accident has occurred, we are here to help you.
Please follow the steps below.
1. Inform More Yacht Club – Manager +385 (0)91 6040 057
2. Take pictures of the damage.
3. Exchange insurance policy data with third party
4. Create a sketch of the accident, it has to be signed by all parties involved.
5. Report damage to Harbour Masters office if necessary.