Tourism services in nautical tourism – Marina, nautical anchorage, nautical mooring, dry marina, dry storage

  1. FREEDOM TO CROSS-BORDER PROVISION OF SERVICES: If you already have a registered place of business establishment in another EU / EEA country or the Swiss Confederation, you can provide services on an occasional or temporary basis, without the obligation to register in Croatia, provided that:
  • Submit a written statement on the provision of services on a temporary and occasional basis submitted by the Point of Single Contact for service
  • Submit an e-request for obtaining a decision on meeting the conditions for the provision minimum conditions for other facilities for the provision of berthing and accommodation services for vessels of nautical tourism (but there is no obligation to register the establishment);
  • Submit proof of the right to use the business premises (purchase agreement, excerpt from the land register as proof of ownership, lease agreement, etc.)
  • Submit proof of concession, if it is required in accordance with special regulations governing concessions on maritime domain
  • Submit proof of the “usability” of the building in accordance with the Construction Act (OG 153/13, 20/17, 39/19, 125/19)
  1. REQUIREMENTS FOR BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENT
  • e-request for obtaining a decision on meeting the conditions for the provision minimum conditions for other facilities for the provision of berthing and accommodation services for vessels of nautical tourism
  • submit an excerpt from the court (for a legal entity) or trade register (for a natural person) with a registered activity for the provision of services in nautical tourism
  • Submit proof of the right to use the business premises (purchase agreement, excerpt from the land register as proof of ownership, lease agreement, etc.)
  • Submit proof of concession, if it is required in accordance with special regulations governing concessions on maritime domain
  • Submit proof of the “usability” of the building in accordance with the Construction Act (OG 153/13, 20/17, 39/19, 125/19)

General and specific requirements for the type, i.e. type and category of nautical tourism port are prescribed by the general part of the Regulation and the annex to the Regulation:

Regulation on classification and categorization of nautical tourism ports (OG 120/19)

Marina – Annex I.

Nautical anchorage – Annex II.

Nautical mooring – Annex III.

Dry storage – Annex IV.

Dry marina – Annex IV.

Conditions regarding construction, “usability of the facility”:

  1. use permit or
  2. in terms of the provision of Article 175. Of the Building Act, the following acts and documents are also considered a use permit if they are issued or obtained on the basis of the law in force before the entry into force of the new Building Act (OG 153/13, 20/17, 39/19, 125 / 19):

For buildings constructed to February 15, 1968.:

  • Certificate from the Office for Cadaster and Geodetic Activities that the building was registered in the cadastral operetta before 15 February 1968 (with an excerpt from the cadastral plan as an integral part of the certificate)

For buildings built from 16 February 1968 to 19 June 1991:

  • final use permit or
  • a valid building permit issued by 19 June 1991 and a building inspection certificate stating that no building inspection procedure is in progress in relation to that building

For buildings constructed from 20 June 1991 to 1 October 2007:

  • final use permit or
  • certificate of use establishing that the building has been constructed in accordance with the building permit in terms of external dimensions and purpose

For buildings built from October 1, 2007:

  • final use permit or
  • for buildings up to 400 m2 – confirmation from the administrative body that the final report of the supervising engineer has been submitted

or

  1. in terms of the provision of Article 177. Of the Construction Act, the following acts and documents are also considered a use permit:

For reconstructed buildings:

  • decisions on the derived condition or a certificate on the derived condition based on the Physical Planning and Building Act, and in accordance with Art. 177, paragraph 3 of the Building Act

For legalized buildings:

  • Decision on the constructed condition on the basis of the Act on Proceeding with Illegally Built Buildings (OG 86/12, 143/13, 65/17, 14/19)
  • decision on the constructed condition for a completed building on the basis of the Act on Proceeding with Illegally Built Buildings (OG 86/12, 143/13, 65/17, 14/19) or
  1. excerpt from the land register if it is evident from the land registry excerpt that the building is registered in the land register with a note that a use permit was attached during the registration

Fee

HRK 20 for requests submitted to the City of Zagreb

HRK 210 for decision on meeting the conditions for anchorages and landfills of vessels

HRK 700 for decision on meeting the conditions for dry marina

HRK 1.050 for decision on meeting the conditions for marina

Information on e-payments: Payments are made according to the state budget, but depend on the county. Payment information for marinas in the Ministry. If the request is submitted via an e-service, it is not necessary to send it by e-mail

e-ACCESS to this service activity

  • the request is sent to the e-mail of the competent authority, together with all necessary documents

Useful information:

  1. No additional physical departure (at least half the procedure time).
  2. No obligation to put a stamp (no longer required to access the services market).
  3. No obligation to affix the revenue stamp (confirmation of online payment of the fee is accepted).
  4. The competent authority should give approval within 60 days (from duly submitted documentation, in cases where a special investigation procedure (inspection) is carried out, after which there is silence of the administration).
  5. After receiving a decision, you can start performing this service activity.

e-mail to send the complete documentation: county administrative bodies, pravni@mint.hr or Point of Single Contact

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Competent authority and regulations

Ministry of Tourism

Prisavlje 14, 10 000 Zagreb

+385 1 6169 243

pravni@mint.hr

The Act on the Provision of Tourism Services (OG 130/17, 25/19, 98/19, 42/20) regulates services in the sector of tourism, the manner and conditions for the provision of such services, supervision and administrative measures

Regulation on classification and categorization of nautical tourism ports (OG 120/19) regulates type, minimal and special standards regarding its construction, appearance and equipment. Ports for nautical tourism are classified per type as: marinas, anchorage, mooring, dry storage, dry marina.

Approval

Decision on meeting the minimum requirements and conditions for the marina category

Decision on meeting the minimum requirements for other facilities for the provision of berth services and accommodation of nautical tourism vessels

Legal remedies and appeals

Against the decision of the administrative body of the county may be filed with the Ministry of Tourism (Prisavlje 14, 10000 Zagreb) within 15 days of receipt of the decision. Upon appeal, an administrative fee in the amount of HRK 35 is paid.

No appeal is allowed against the decision of the Ministry of Tourism, but an administrative dispute may be initiated by filing a lawsuit with the Administrative Court in Zagreb within 30 days from the delivery of the decision. The lawsuit is submitted to the Administrative Court in Zagreb directly in writing, orally to the minutes of that Court or sent by mail, ie submitted electronically.

All information resulting from regulations on the scope of the competent authority.

Date of update: 06.05.2020.

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