The most modern yacht port in terms of quality of service and safety standards. And, most importantly, the most environmentally friendly port in the Mediterranean.
During the construction of the marina, the maximum use of natural materials was made, starting with a bulk jetty made of a typical stone of the local coast. The pontoons are covered with recycled wood. Recycling systems are also used. Recently, all the work at sea has been completed. Marina occupies 340 thousand square meters of water surface.
Marina is ready to receive yachts. Investors initially look to the international market. It took 120 million euros of private investment, of which 80 was spent on hydraulic structures. So Marina d'Arechi become an important tourist destination in the south of Italy. The fruit of an idea launched in 2000 by one of the most active entrepreneurial groups in the south of Italy Galozzi (Gruppo Galozzi) from Solerno.
The first stone was laid on July 9, 2010. Some of the infrastructure was built in a record 21 months. Now the marina offers a thousand berths for boats from 10 to 100 m. Service zones with parking for winter storage, as well as a repair yard. Travellift cranes were purchased last.
Particular attention was paid to safety and security. Security will control order using the most modern means. The port also received a blue flag for environmental friendliness.
The owners of the marina are determined to pursue an aggressive commercial policy, both in the domestic and international markets.
During the inspection by the inspectors of the Italian Maritime Register, the marina received an assessment of 5 steering wheels.
Journalist Alina Garazhenko
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