Island Global Yachting will manage Croatian marina

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Island Global Yachting and Nautical Center Prgin, one of Croatia’s leading marine industry companies, finalized a joint-venture agreement and released plans for development of the marina.

Renovations will include the addition of 65 megayacht berths to the existing 350 wet slips, transforming the facility into the new Mandalina Marina & Yacht Club — Croatia’s first dedicated megayacht marina.

Under the agreement, the current marina, which already provides berthing for multiple megayachts, is co-branded IGY and NCP and is now managed by IGY.

The new Mandalina Marina & Yacht Club is situated in Sibenik on Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast.

IGY offers a collection of marinas in the Caribbean, as well as properties in the Americas. In addition, IGY is also involved in the emerging marina market in the Middle East.

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