Marinas

 With its geographic position and one of the most indented coastlines in the world, more than a thousand islands, islets, cliffs and reefs, and a pleasant climate and favorable winds, Croatia is today one of the world’s most desirable nautical destinations. It has more than 60 ports and over 18,000 berths. Croatia is currently home to 40% of the world's charter fleet, so it is the right place to sail, to take a tour of the beauties of the Adriatic by motorboat, or to enjoy recreational fishing.
Photo:Aleksandar Gospić

1. General rules for employees

  • inform and train employees on the implementation of procedures for the protection of employees and tourists and the procedures in case of an infection of employees or tourists
  • physical distancing (especially employees in contact with tourists, but also including sailors, security guards, servers)
  • wearing protective masks
  • body temperature check at the beginning of a work shift
  • disinfect hands as often as possible, even when hands are not visibly dirty, and wash and disinfect hands when they are visibly dirty, and disinfect work surfaces several times a day
  • limit the number of people in a closed space

2. General rules for tourists

  • wear protective masks in all common areas of the marina (reception and in catering facilities until seated at the table)
  • disinfect hands (when entering the facility, before consuming food and drinks, when entering common facilities and sanitary facilities for tourists)
  • limited number of tourists in the common areas of a facility (reception, shops, catering facilities, common facilities, and sanitary facilities for tourists at the berth
  • physical distancing

3. Cleaning

  • regular disinfection of the premises and equipment with which tourists and employees are in contact
  • disinfectants will be installed at the entrance to the facility, at the entrance to common facilities, at the entrance to catering facilities and the sanitary facility for tourists at the berth
  • regular airing of all spaces
  • use disposable materials (paper towels) in sanitary facilities
  • regular cleaning and disinfection of air conditioning filters, ventilation, and heating

4. Reception

  • inform guests of the possibility of an online check-in service and encourage them to use it
  • installation of a protective barrier at the reception desk
  • announce check-out in advance so that an invoice can be prepared to keep the waiting time at reception as short as possible
  • internet or contactless payment

5. Recommendations for serving guests

  • serving in accordance with the current recommendations of the Croatian Institute of Public Health
  • removal of menus and price lists from tables, but available on guest’s request (options: digital form QR codes or disposable in printed form or plasticized)
  • disinfection of tables, menus and price lists after each guest departs
  • setting tables and eating utensils in accordance with the current recommendations of the Croatian Institute of Public Health
  • space the tables from each other in accordance with the current recommendations of the Croatian Institute of Public Health
  • ensure physical distancing between individual groups of visitors in accordance with the current recommendations of the Croatian Institute of Public Health

6. Operation of agencies in a marina (travel agencies, charter companies, rent-a-car, etc.

  • organise work in accordance with the measures and procedures prescribed for the work of marina reception areas