Pula marina opens for business

CROATIA: Completion of the first phase of Marina Polesana in Pula, northern Croatia, was marked with a grand opening event on 12th April.
Located in the former Katarina Monumenti military zone, Marina Polesana is one of the largest nautical tourism projects on the Adriatic and covers over 10ha (25 acres) of land and water area. 

Current facilities include a 262-berth floating marina, delivered by Marinetek Adriatic, and 42 dry berths. Guests have access to toilets, a laundry room and a specialist ship store. A modern and elegant restaurant and exclusive bar will open soon.
Construction of a hotel is planned for the second phase, along with 900 additional dry berths and 150 wet berths.
Marinetek Adriatic is particularly proud of this project, and of the marina, for its location in one of the most beautiful places in the Adriatic. The company supplied a mix of 31 Premier pontoons and 28 Heavy Duty pontoons to create 970m (3,180ft) of pontoons, along with mooring systems, bollards and additional equipment.


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