This project provides financing to D-Marinas B.V., a holding company established in the Netherlands for the purpose of owning and managing 10 marinas in Turkey, Greece and Croatia. The EBRD's financing will support D-Marinas in growing through new management agreements and acquisitions, and increase efficiency of existing operations.
This investment is a sub-project under the EBRD's "Inclusive Tourism Framework for the Eastern Mediterranean".
D Marinas BV holds ownership stakes in 10 marinas in Turkey, Croatia and Greece, representing one of the largest and the only international chain of marinas in the Eastern Mediterranean offering approximately 8,000 berths. The Company has developed its own "D-Marin" brand and is the leading international operator of marinas in the region.
ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISM OF EBRD
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