Friday, 18 January 2019

D-Marin Partaking in Boot Düsseldorf, Largest International Nautical Fair

As SibenikIN writes on the 18th of January, 2019, the huge Eastern Mediterranean D-Marin Group will take part in the leading international boating, nautical and water sports festival - Boot Düsseldorf, which will take place from the 19th to the 27th of January this year in Düsseldorf, Germany.

The fair is a specialised fair where the products and services shown are represented by approximately 2,000 exhibitors from 68 countries around the globe, and for this year's edition, Boot's organisers expect almost 250,000 visitors to come.

Through the organisation of numerous nautical events, the aforementioned marina group has worked hard to emphasise the importance of nautical tourism as an integral part of the wider Croatian tourist offer.

This is how all the visitors to the largest nautical fair in Europe will be able to find out everything there is to know about Croatia's numerous marinas within the respected D-Marin Group, including the previously announced opening of the new marina belonging to this group in neighbouring Montenegro. Montenegro's marina Portonovi will have a capacity of 238 berths and will be able to receive mega yachts of up to 120 metres in length. Its guests will also be able to use all the high-quality content of the resort designed to accommodate even the most demanding of clients.

Additionally, the boutique marina D-Marin Borik in Zadar will welcome in the upcoming summer season with some brand new, modernly designed spaces and upgraded amenities including a reception, sanitary facilities, a cafe bar and a swimming pool. It's also interesting to note that anyone who has an annual contract with that particular marina during the period from May the 1st to December the 31st, 2019, can stay free for one week in any other D-Marin marina.

The D-Marin Group manages eleven totally unique marinas in the Ionian, Aegean and Adriatic seas, making it the largest international nautical chain in the entire Eastern Mediterranean. In Turkey lie Turgutreis, Didim, Göcek; in Croatia lie Mandalina, Dalmacija and Borik, in Greece Gouvia, Lefkas, Zea and Flisvos can be found and Portonovi marina in Montenegro, Croatia's immediate neighbour to the south, can be found.

The group also includes the largest shipyard and refit centre for mega yachts, Marina Barcelona (MB92).

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Sunday, 23 December 2018

Croatian Nautical Tourism: New Recognition for Croatia's Biggest Marina

A firm foot forward for Croatian nautical tourism as the country's biggest marina receives a much-deserved award for the incredible Zadar Royal Cup SUPER SERIES, according to eZadar.

As Morski writes on the 23rd of December, 2018, at the awarding of the annual awards of the Zadar County Tourist Board, Marina D-Marin Dalmatia was awarded as a commercial entity for the Croatian nautical spectacle hosted under the title of the SUPER SERIES Zadar Royal Cup, which naturally involved the promotion of the huge nautical potential of the region.

Additionally, the Tourist Board of Šibenik-Knin County awarded the D-Marin Mandalina marina the prestigious "Zlatna boula" award during the Days of Croatian Tourism event, mainly as recognition for its contribution to the development of Croatian nautical tourism.

The prestigious 52 SUPER SERIES Zadar Royal Cup regatta, for which the D-Marin Dalmatia marina was awarded, was held back in June this year when the cream of the crop of the world of sailing took to Zadar. D-Marin organises this, as well as numerous other regattas, working hard to promote sport sailing and other forms of recreational yachting, as well as the destinations in which such activities are held. Such moves are of paramount importance for the stronger positioning of the Republic of Croatia as one of the most beautiful sailing destinations in Europe.

"The acknowledgments that our marinas have received, as well as the fact that their contribution to Croatian tourism is being recognised by the profession, are an incentive for us in our further efforts to provide tourists in Croatia with new and better content, along with the best service. I'd like to thank our tourist boards for their continued support, cooperation, and their efforts to promote the destination,'' said Božidar Duka, regional director of D-Marin Croatia.

D-Marin Dalmatia is otherwise the largest marina in Croatia and one of the largest in the whole of the eastern Mediterranean, and has been the proud bearer of the Blue Flag for almost twenty years now. It has a large capacity of 1200 berths in the sea, and an additional 300 moorings on the land, and can accept yachts of up to 80 metres in length. Located at the very centre of the marina is the Portus Beach Club, which offers its guests numerous facilities and services, enriching its overall offer and placing special emphasis on the massive potential of Croatian nautical tourism.

D-Marin Mandalina is the only marina in the whole of Croatia designed to accommodate mega yachts and has 429 berths in the sea, of which 79 are built for mega yachts of 30 to 140 meters long. Thanks to its position, the depth of the sea and the lack of boat height restrictions, this marina in particular is a more than ideal place for super-yachts.

D-Marin Mandalina also contributed to the positioning of the historic Dalmatian city of Šibenik as a tourist destination through the organisation of numerous sporting events. In June next year, thanks once again to the D-Marin group, Šibenik will host the ORC World Championship which will be the biggest sporting event ever organised in Šibenik's long history.

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Click here for the original article by eZadar

Wednesday, 30 May 2018

Large Investment in D-Marin Marinas in Greece, Turkey, and Croatia

A 70 million euro investment in D-Marin marinas, ten of which are managed in Greece, Turkey, and here in Croatia.

Friday, 25 August 2017

Borik Becomes Luxury Marina As Dogus Invests Another HRK 13.5 Million

New facilities such as pool, restaurant, shops and park will be built within the existing concession area.