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Meet our Executive Team. Specialists in Yacht-Charter, Sales and Marinas

Darius Wozniak

CEO & Founder
Marine Project GROUP
Marine Project Inc

Christa Wild

CTO & Founder
Marine Project Inc.
+49 152 54637257

Nataša Farkić

Deputy CEO
Marine Project (SRB)
+381 60 3354 449

Cristina Guedes

Charter & Legal department
Palma de Malorca (ES)
+34 673 844 062

Nico Wild

Charter Fleet Manager
Palma de Malorca (ES)
+34 635 361 563

Xavier Jacqueline

Lloyd's Marine Survey
Palma de Mallorca (ES)
Victoria (SYC)
+34 692 090 097
+248 251 44 69

Christian Hausser

Marina Senior Consultant
Palma de Malorca (ES)
+34 661 680 277

Aleksa Luković

Marina Consultant
Belgrade (SRB)
Miami FL (USA)
+381 63 276 589

Mag. Krešimir Landeka

Marina Consultant
Croatia (CRO)
+385 91 200 6457

Aldo Mordo

Turkey (TR)
+380 95 153 55 65
+90 533 154 13 90

Miloš Jakšić

Products & Innovation
Novi Sad (SRB)
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Marine Project Inc.

USA | North & South America
990 Biscayne Blvd Office 503
33132 Miami, Florida

Marine Project Charter S.L

Spain | Western Mediterranean
Carrer de Bartomeu Rosselló-Porcel, 2c
07014 Palma Balearic Islands

Marine Project Charter d.o.o

Croatia | Eastern Mediterranean
Baotic Marina Don Petra Špike 2a
21218 Seget Donji (Trogir), Croatia

Marine Project Seychelles Ltd

Seychelles | Africa & Asia
Eden Island Marina
POB 1452 Victoria

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Marketing & Management
Bulevar Evrope 36
21000 Novi Sad, Serbia
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    We also have in-house legal advisors, allowing us to respond quickly, independently, and cost-efficiently to any legal questions and issues from reviewing tender contract clauses. Our lawyers always speak the national language as well as English or German.

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    Croatian conference on maritime tourism's future

    In Dubrovnik, a symposium on the future of Croatia’s primary nautical tourist industry and how it may be modernized was held recently at the ACI marina, owned by the Croatian government and operates 22 marinas around the country.

    The conference took place towards the conclusion of a successful tourist season in Croatia. It brought together representatives from the marine tourism industry and other interested parties to explore the sector’s potential and future plans.

    The conference, which was organized by the ACI and Slobodna Dalmacija, covered topics such as trends and problems in nautical tourism, as well as opportunities for enhancing what the industry has to offer and how this may be further expanded in the future. Key attendees included Croatia’s Minister of Tourism and Sports, Nikolina Brnjac; Director of the Croatian Tourist Board, Kristjan Stanicic, ACI Director, Kristijan Pavic, and Siniša Orlic, Director of the Bureau for Security of the Ministry of the Sea, Transport, and Infrastructure.

    However, Pavic admitted that recovery in Dubrovnik, which is located in the country’s southernmost region and is primarily a destination for tourists arriving by air rather than charter bases in the country’s northernmost region, which are fed by tourists driving down from neighboring countries, had been slower than in other tourism sectors, even though other sectors had recovered more quickly.

    “However, when we compare the total results produced by ACI in the first nine months of this year to the same three quarters of 2019, we can conclude that we earned more income, despite the fact that we did not increase prices since we are still in a pandemic year,” Pavic said.

    This includes rebuilding the ACI marina Dubrovnik in Komolac, which is now being carried out as part of the company’s ongoing investment program. An extra 220m (722ft) of coastline will be provided to handle bigger boats as part of the renovation of the existing infrastructure.

    It was agreed upon by participants at the conference that sustainability should be a significant strategy in developing the maritime industry, which includes rewards for vessels that meet specific environmental requirements. Prerequisites for nautical tourism to become a year-round activity, such as the introduction of year-round air connections, must be met before promoting the activity.

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