ACI Marinas has started welcoming vessels to what it calls a “highly modernized” property in Dubrovnik, Croatia, after a five-year, KN95m (US$13.5m) renovation. The firm and the government hope this will draw more interest in maritime tourism in the southernmost city and tourist haven.
Yachters have sustained Croatia’s tourist sector during the past two years, helping the government increase the Republic’s competitiveness as a whole and the broader tourism business.
According to the facility’s website, it presently has 380 berths and 120 dry berths and can accommodate yachts up to 45 meters for transit boats and 40 meters for yearly berthing. ACI is the largest chain of marinas in the Mediterranean.