When you step off your yacht at Marina Hramina in Murter you will feel the vibrancy of this former sleepy fishing village as well as the ties the locals have to the sea and boat-building. The residents have been maintaining the traditions of fishing and boat-building for centuries although nowadays (yacht) tourism is one of the village’s most important source of revenue. The 2,500 inhabitants own a large part of the Kornati islands. Many konoba owners in the Kornati National Park come from Murter and return here in winter.
Marina Hramina lies to the north-east of the village centre. An up-to-date nautical chart is essential for the approach as only pleasure boats with a low draught (up to 1 metre) can actually pass between the islands just off the coast. Yachts have to pass to the east of the island of Tegina to enter Hramina Bay. The marina has 370 berths and 120 dry berths. Many of the berths are taken by charter yachts but they are usually on sailing trips during the week. The other berths are owned privately. The secluded marina has all of the amenities you would expect of a modern yacht harbour: well-kept and clean sanitary facilities, water, electricity, TV and Internet access. The service yard can carry out any maintenance work yachts may need and has a 70-tonne crane.
Several service providers, restaurant Butina, a hotel with 10 rooms, a small supermarket, a chandlery as well as a marine clothing store can be found at Marina Hramina. Scooters can be hired directly at reception.
The marina is renowned for its good service and friendly staff. This also explains the extremely positive customer reviews on mySea. Owners and guests feel at ease here. So it is hardly surprising that all of the annual berths have been taken. Even visiting yachts might have problems finding a berth for a day, especially at the weekends. It is, therefore, recommended to reserve in advance. It is easy to book a berth via mySea and it doesn’t cost a cent more than booking later at the marina. Check availability and prices at Marina Hramina.
You can find a good overview about the berths in Marina Hramina in our video from the air:
You can eat well at the marina’s restaurant but it is still worth taking a short walk to Murter. Around Trg Rudina, the main square, you will find various cafés, bars and restaurants. You will also come across small groups of older men gesticulating a lot while talking and enjoying their espressos. The narrow lanes provide some shade in summer, occasionally tourists will bustle through them. Some top restaurants such as the Fabro or Tic Tac enjoy a very good reputation beyond the shores of the island and serve first-class cuisine.
For more information on Marina Hramina go to http://www.my-sea.com