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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

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

Samanta Đirlić

Yacht Charter
21218 Seget Donji (HR)
+385 99 2123 230

Krešimir Landeka

Marina Consultant
Croatia (CRO)
+385 91 200 6457

Nico Wild

Charter Fleet Manager
Palma de Malorca (ES)
+34 673 843 992

Aldo Mordo

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

Xavier Jacqueline

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

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 Ltd

Seychelles | Africa & Asia
Angel Fish Marina
POB 1452 Victoria
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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.

    Specialized Local Lawyers permanently working for Marine Project in:

        Portugal Lisboa
        Spain Palma
        Italy Sterzing
        England London
        Croatia Split

        Greece Alexandroupoli
        USA Miami
        Turkey Istanbul
        Seychelles Victoria


    The development of green marinas is 'too sluggish'

    Industry experts have said that marinas must adapt more quickly to satisfy the green environmental requirements of future superyachts.
    Port facilities have changed little in decades, save for the addition of basic amenities such as WiFi, one marina executive said last September at the Marine Money conference in Monaco.

    Future marinas must be significantly different from existing ones, including all current technology and being capable of incorporating future advancements, the experts said during a panel discussion moderated by Onboard Group principal Marcela de Kern Royer.

    According to Splinter Fangman, such objectives may be accomplished, a former Porto Montenegro executive now an Edmiston broker.

    ‘OId and polluted’

    “Porto Montenegro was an old and polluted facility that we took and made into a beautiful marina,” he said, showing to the marina’s charging stations and other upgrades.

    Daniele di Giampaolo, technical and sales director of Amico & Co, concurred, stating that the waterfront marina began similarly.

    “More or less, we began the same way Montenegro did, with a marina that had a different purpose,” he said.

    “We began with a significant expenditure of about €6.5 million to raise new berths and the associated bollards and arrangements.”

    Future vessels

    However, as hydrogen and other alternative propulsion systems and technologies become more publicly discussed, skipper and founder of Hynova Yachts Chloe Zaied said that marinas would be unable to accommodate these future vessels.

    “We need infrastructure, but first and foremost, we require regulation.” Zaied’s hydrogen-powered boats posed a refueling problem for current ports, she said.

    “Every port authority was completely confused by my [refueling] request. There was no mention of hydrogen in the ports, and the standards vary between ports.”

    She felt that port authorities and maritime businesses worldwide must collaborate to guarantee that the industry progressed in the correct path to accommodate greener boats.

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