If there are things ACI is best known for, these are no doubt whatsoever, their high standards when it comes to service quality, comfort and safety at all ACI Marinas across the Adriatic coast.
The latest example of this effort is the investment in the ACI marina Korcula, recently visited by the Croatian Minister of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure, Oleg Butkovic.
During his working visit to the Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Minister Butkovic has paid a visit to the ongoing construction works of the breakwater at ACI Marina Korcula.
The visit provided him with the opportunity to see the progress made first hand. The recent developments show that the works on the breakwater at ACI Marina Korcula are likely to be completed by the end of July 2021.
The main purpose of this breakwater reconstruction is to provide greater protection to the marina and vessels from strong north winds, waves and adverse weather conditions. In addition to greater safety at the marina, ACI is further improving their service quality by investing in a new electricity and water infrastructure, fire hydrant system and Internet signal.
The aesthetic part plays an important role in the breakwater reconstruction, too.
Considering the location of the marina near the Korcula Town Walls, the marina itself helps create the city’s heartbeat. For that reason, the decorative stone shall be covering the breakwater, thus making the marina blend in completely with the visual identity of the town. In addition to that, the middle pier and the coastal plateau are also planned to be lined with stone in the upcoming years. All investments in this marina will greatly contribute to the tourist offer of the Korcula town, being ACI Marina Korcula a particularly important part of the town.