Port of Primošten is the closest harbour to Kremik. For those on a bare-boat charter from the Kremik marina it is a good option to leave the pontoons of the larger Kremik marina and choose for this small and picturesque harbour. Try to find a mooring against the short wall on the south-east side of the town. There are also a number of (20+) mooring buoys laid in 5-6 metres depths, lying in the shelter of the town to the east of the harbour. The harbour wall has between 2-3 metres of water depth, so is resticted to the size of the vessels it can take. All but the smallest boats should avoid being directed towards the inner wall where depths can be less than 1 metre. As with most harbours there is staff on hand to aid in mooring and for collecting fees. If picking up a buoy, select any available one that suits and the staff will collect fees from a rib. While the location is idillic and the town well worth the visit: if the weather is south-westerly or southerly a swell builds up in the bay making the mooring buoys very uncomfortable and to be avoided if space is available against the wall.