“The third quarter demonstrated the tourist industry’s and marine offer’s full potential. We produced more income in that quarter than we did in the record year of 2019,” Kristijan Pavic, chairman of ACI Marinas’ board of directors, was reported as saying by local newspaper Novi List.
Pavic said that the joint venture is now completing environmental impact assessments and other critical paperwork in order to gain the project’s approval in Rijeka.
“Our objective is to get a site permit before the end of next year,” he said.
Rijeka, located in the country’s northwestern region, has a population of around 214,000 urban residents, which is third the biggest city in Croatia.