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D-Marin takes over Greek marinas


Turkey-based D-Marin Marinas Group, a Doğuş Group company, has recently entered into a partnership with MedMarinas S.A., part of the Greek Kiriacoulis Group, the largest chain of marinas in Greece.

Under the deal, D-Marin has acquiring majority shares in the management company of three marinas: Gouvia in Corfu, Lefkas in Lefkas, and Zea in the ancient harbor of Pireaus.

In so doing, D-Marin added 3,355 wet and dry berths to its total capacity, giving it the largest chain of marinas in the Eastern Mediterranean basin and Adriatic Sea, according to a company statement.

D-Marin also has control of Flivos Marina, bringing their capacity in three countries to almost 9,000 berths.

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