The club is taking part in the Croatian water polo championship for many years. Until 2002. Šibenik played their home matches on the pool in Solaris (10 km from Šibenik) but then the pool was closed and there was a big break, which took a part on Šibenik's players. Finally, in fall 2006. the new pool was built and the club started to advance. With the arrival of new sponsors Nautical Center Prgin the club changed its name to Šibenik NCP.
- President: Goran Prgin
- Secretary: Katarina Kvinta
- Sport's director: Bore Roncevic
- Coordinator for children: Renato Vrbicic
- Coach: Ivica Tucak
- Technical director: Denis Seferovic
- Goal-kepper's coach: Grgo Renje
Although it never won a championship, it was a very tough rival to all other clubs. Also, many players from Šibenik were in national teams, or they were in state champions; but the best of them are: Perica Bukić, Renato Vrbicic, Sinisa Belamaric, Denis Supe, and Andrija Komadina. The best success accomplished in 2006-07 season when it was 2nd place in LEN cup; and third in the Croatian championship.
In latest season V.K. Šibenik NCP was 3rd in Croatian championship again; but it didn't accomplish last year's success in LEN cup. It was beaten by Spandau in eight-finals.
Luka Petričević, Andrija Španja, Marko Jelača, Dalibor Perčinić, Antonio Petković, Mate Zeljak, Bore Rončević, Boris Letica, Vlatko Burić, Fran Paškvalin, Nikola Samodol, Ante Stojanović, Nikola Ninić, Ivor Eskinja, Valentin Rukavina, Edi Brkić, Domagoj Čule, Stipe Peran, Coach: Renato Vrbičić
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