Marinedi Group will be present at the Düsseldorf Boat Show

Marinedi Group will be present at the Düsseldorf Boat Show

Marinedi Group will be present at the Düsseldorf Boat Show


16/01/2023 - 13:05

Marinedi Group – a leader in the Italian and European market for the development and management of marinas, mainly or majority-owned – is eager to meet European shipowners at Europe's largest indoor boat show, to promote the excellence of its marina network. The Marinedi Group was founded in 2013 and is the first-ever marina network in the Mediterranean, with 5,500 moorings in 14 ports in Italy.

Managing port facilities dedicated to boating tourism either directly or with an interest from local and private entities, Marinedi Group expands the services and potential already present in the area and, in addition, develops projects for the creation of new facilities, facilitating an increase in boating tourism. The Group's strengths certainly include its focus on quality: indeed, all the marinas in the network offer the same level of services and quality standards guaranteed by being part of Marinedi, according to the "one brand, one standard" philosophy: dedicated services, transparent mooring fees and highly professional and trained personnel.

Renato Marconi, CEO and founder of the Marinedi Group says, "We are in Düsseldorf because we are aware that our offering is mature and high-level and, indeed, we are receiving very positive feedback from the target market. All group marinas meet the needs of the most experienced and demanding boaters, from boat care to navigational support, ensuring a comfortable stay and an unforgettable experience in some of the most beautiful regions in the entire Mediterranean".

There are currently 14 ports in the continually expanding Marinedi network, involving all the Italian seas, namely the Ligurian, upper and lower Tyrrhenian, Ionian and Adriatic seas.

Among Marinedi's main goals is to expand in order to develop a network of marinas in the Mediterranean which are functionally interconnected and characterised by territorial proximity, with a focus on promoting the surrounding area.

“At Boot Düsseldorf, we want to promote the peculiarities that characterise each marina in our network to North European boaters, with the typical Made in Italy welcome”, affirms Renato Marconi “disseminating, also among these boaters, a culture of the sea that aims to protect and preserve the riches of the Mediterranean while promoting the socio-economic fabric of neighbouring areas”.

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