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Turks Heavily Investing In Croatian Marinas

Turkish corporation Dogus Group have become the second largest shareholder in the owner of Croatia’s largest chain of Marinas, Adriatic Croatia International (ACI) Club, after purchasing 7,685 ordinary shares valued at 25 million kuna (3.3 million euros), writes Slobodna Dalmacija.

The Dogus Group are reportedly focusing on a strategy to invest heavily in the nautical tourism industry and have currently invested around 150 million euros in Croatia as they work on developing the D-Marin brand of Marinas internationally. In Croatia there are two marinas in the Zadar region and 1 in Sibenik which carry the D-Marin brand.

ACI have a total of 21 marinas in the entire Adriatic.

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