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Do you have a marina concession to re-award? Marine Project will publish your tender on our website. More participants means higher competition and higher bids. With higher revenues from the marina concession you can rehabilitate your schools and kindergartens, the higher revenues benefit everyone. We publish your tender free of charge for the benefit of your residents.
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Sućuraj, a charming fishing village, stands as the quaintest town on Hvar’s eastern coast, boasting numerous distinctions. Hvar, often dubbed “Sunny Hvar,” claims the title of Croatia’s sunniest island and hosts an unparalleled wealth of UNESCO heritage sites worldwide, including Starogradsko polje, Agave lace, Klapa polyphonic singing, religious procession Za križen, and Mediterranean cuisine. The island is also home to Stari Grad, Croatia’s oldest town and one of Europe’s most ancient, with a history spanning 2400 years.
With a tourism legacy spanning 150 years, Hvar has firmly established itself as one of Croatia’s premier luxury destinations. It has earned global acclaim, consistently ranking as a top-tier destination, particularly in the realms of honeymoon and wedding planning, as well as nautical tourism.
In the Split-Dalmatia County, Hvar is the second-most sought-after tourism destination, contributing 20% to the overall number of overnight stays. The county boasts excellent transportation links to the rest of Croatia, including the A1 Zagreb-Split-Dubrovnik highway, the Split International Airport, and a high-speed railway connection between Zagreb and Split. On Hvar Island, you’ll find a marina and four ferry ports, including one in Sućuraj, the closest port to the mainland. Sućuraj maintains a permanent ferry route to Drvenik, just 3 nautical miles away from the port.
Envision a visionary project valued at 13 million EUR, dedicated to creating a distinctive nautical tourism hub in Sućuraj. This ambitious undertaking aims to construct and operate a specialized port designed for nautical enthusiasts, boasting a projected capacity of 250 berths within a sprawling 10-hectare expanse. This transformative initiative promises to enrich the tapestry of nautical tourism offerings and, in turn, elevate the broader tourism landscape. It stands poised to meet the surging demand witnessed in recent years, attracting both domestic and international tourists seeking maritime adventures.
Project realization model
The Sućuraj nautical tourism port, including its construction and commercial operations, will be granted through a 30-year concession, commencing from the date of the concession contract’s signing. The selection of the concessionaire will be conducted through a public tender process, to be officially announced by the Ministry of the Sea, Transport, and Infrastructure. Currently, preparatory measures are underway to facilitate the announcement of this public tender for the concession of the maritime property.