Our base is located only 10km away from old town of Pula, the heart of Istria in ACI Marina Pomer. ACI Marina Pomer is located in the deepest part of Medulin bay, on the southern tip of the Istrian peninsula. You can charter our sailing boats or catamarans bareboat or with skipper.
ULTRA Sailing Fleet from PIER A
Phone: ++385 98 488 668
Technical Support: ++ 385 98 341 084
Friday 14:00-20:00h & Saturday 08:00-20:00h & Sunday 08:00-12:00h
Check in: Saturday 17:00h
Check out: Saturday 09:00h
•reception with an exchange office, ATM
•restaurant with swimming pool, grocery store, charter agency
•toilet and shower facilities with separate disabled provision, laundrette
•repair and maintenance shop, 30 t crane
•63A power sockets for larger vessels
•Wi-Fi internet access
•fuel station in Pješčana Uvala (11nm) , Pula (18 nm)
•„green island“ for selective waste collection
Pula airport is aprox. 10 km away from ACI Marina Pomer, while Trieste (Italy) airport is 130 km away. There are daily flights from Zagreb with Croatia Airlines, and weekly flights from several other European cites. To reach our base in marina, you can use transfer or taxi.
by car / bus
For all of those who are traveling by car to from the direction of Zagreb the safest and the fastest way is the highway Zagreb-Rijeka, then motorway Istarski ipsilon to Pula . There's only 3 hours highway drive from Zagreb to Pula.
Numerous bus lines that lead to Pula from every larger city in Croatia operate more than several times a day. Croatia has a well developed national transport network of bus lines that reaches even the smallest of villages on the coast. Regular international bus lines connect Croatia to Austria, Italy, Hungary, France, Germany, Slovakia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and other countries.
from Pula center to ACI Marina Pomer
Bud line 28 takes you from Pula to Pomer and vice versa, but they go very few times a day so it is best to take a taxi.
Even though Pula is famous for its Roman buidlings and achived its peak during that period, beginnings of Pula date back to Ilyrian times, and according to some historians, even before that, aprox. three thousand years ago. Legend has it it was settled by Colchidian refugees who were after the golden fleece aboard boat Argo, kept by famous Argonauts. After they were unsucessful, they were afraid to return home so they settled here.
But in the Roman Imperial period (1st – 3rd centuries) the greatest classical monuments in Croatia were built in Pula. The most magnificent and surely central classical monument is the Amphitheater popularly called the Arena. This Amphitheater, used for fights and battles of men and animals, was built in the 1st century AD, during the rule of Emperor Vespasian. In the 12th century Pula fell under Venice and would be part of it for the next few centuries. In the 19th century, began Pula's rise as the naval and boatbuilding hotspot. During 20th century under firstly Vienna, and then during German occupation, German became the main language, though Italian was still spoken on streets. Croatian language almost fully dissapeared. This was until 1947 when Pula was brought back to Croatia (Yugoslavia), where it belongs.
What to see and do in Pula
While you are waiting for your boat, we reccommend you to visit following places:
•The amphiteatre, famous Arena (if it's good enough for Sting, Joe Cocker…)
•Triumphal Arch of the Sergi
•Historical and maritime museum of Istria
•Forum and temple of Augustus
•Verudela art park
•Antiques and Art Fair in city center every Saturday morning
•Golf range Verudela
•Downtown Pula- summer music project in the heart of old town
•VHF ch 17 – ACI Marina channel
•VHF ch 16 and VHF DSC ch 70 – Frequencies of permanent watch on emergency and safety of navigation
•Maritime Safety Information ( MSI ) are transmitted in Croatian and English language by Radio Rijeka on VHF chanells 04,19,20,23,24,81,88 at 05:30 / 12:30 / 19:30 / 00:30
•MSI broadcast schedule ( UTC ):05:45, 12:45, 19:45
•Official Croatian Emergency phone number ( Police, ER / Hospital ):112