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New Floating Petrol Station for Boats Opens in Krk

Marina Veruda - Pula

Marina Veruda – Pula

Another floating petrol station for boats has opened in Croatia this week…

Rogoznica, Murter, Pula and now as of yesterday Krk are home to floating public petrol stations for boats in Croatia. Thursday’s opening on Krk is the first time a floating petrol station has been opened in the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.

The Krk floating petrol station covers 450 square-metres of sea and would service up to two hundred boats a day in the summer season that enter the port, and a large number of other vessels sailing in the vicinity. The floating petrol stations are staffed. Primorje-Gorski Kotar County head Zlatko Komadina said that the floating petrol station was an important step forward in improving tourism facilities in the area.

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