D-Marin enters the Spanish market for the first time.

By acquiring three marinas from Marinas del Mediterráneo, global marina network D-Marin is making its first foray into the Spanish market. The three marinas, Puerto Deportivo de Estepona, Puerto Marina La Duquesa, and Puerto Marina del Este, are situated along the Costa del Sol and collectively offer more than 1,000 berths.

Just a few months after acquiring Punta Faro Marina near Venice, D-Marin has announced its entry into the Italian market. The Croatian company already manages 16 marinas in six countries across the Mediterranean and Gulf regions, and this new venture is seen as a significant step in its expansion strategy.

D-Marin’s new marinas will be able to take advantage of the company’s substantial investment of more than €10 million in digital technology and innovation. This investment is aimed at providing a one-of-a-kind customer experience, which is sure to be appreciated by yacht owners and visitors alike. With a focus on cutting-edge technology and top-notch customer service, D-Marin is poised to set a new standard for the industry and provide customers with an unparalleled level of comfort and convenience.

Oliver Dörschuck, D-Marin’s chief executive, says: “We’re delighted to be forming this new partnership with Marinas del Mediterráneo, which promises to be a highly successful one. This is a milestone in our strategy to expand into the Western Mediterranean, with more marinas to come.”

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