Split Port Authority
Port Authority Split was established pursuant to Decree of the Government of the Republic of Croatia on the establishment of Port Authority Split („Official Gazette“no. 45/97, 155/98 and 72/11, 114/14) for the purpose of managing, building and using the Port of Split.
Port Authority is a non-profit legal person whose establishing, organization and activities are regulated by Maritime Domain and Seaports Act.
Port of Split, according its purpose is the port open for international public traffic, and according its size and importance, it’s ranked as the port of special (international) economic interest for the Republic of Croatia.
Dock areas within the competence of Port Authority Split are:
• City port basin
• Vranjic-Solin basin
• Kaštela basin A
• Kaštela basin B
• Kaštela basin C
• Kaštela basin D- Resnik
• Komiža basin – for fishing needs
Total surface of dock area: 81,679051 km2
• Land surface: 0,672263 km2
• Sea surface: 81,006788 km2
Total length of operative coast: 6,239 km
Port Authority Split activities are as follows:
• taking care of building, maintenance, management, protection and upgrading of maritime domain that represents dock area,
• building and maintenance of port infrastructure, financed from the budget of port authority’s founder,
• expert control over building, maintenance, management and protection of dock area (port infrastructure and superstructure),
• ensuring permanent and undisturbed port traffic, technical and technological integrity and safety of navigation,
• ensuring provision of services of general interest, or those for which other economic subjects have no interest,
• coordination and supervision of the operation of the concessionaires that perform economic activity in dock area,
• deciding on establishing and managing of a free zone in port area, in accordance with free-zone regulations,
• other activities specified by law.