Luxury Marina Villages of the East Mediterranean

Mandalina Marina - Croatia
The romance, charm and breathtaking beauty of Croatia is no secret. Year after year travellers flock to the old towns of Split and Dubrovnik, to bask in the waterfalls of the Krka national park and discover the Dalmation coast. Yet for a relatively small country, Croatia does retain a mass of undiscovered coastline and hidden treasures off the beaten path. Mandalina Marina in Šibenik is just one such gateway; Croatia’s only marina designed for superyachts and recognised by the prestigious Yacht Harbour Association of London, the marina is impeccably managed by D-Marin and acclaimed as ‘one of the safest berthing places in the Adriatic’. Well connected on St Anthony’s Channel and in close proximity to Split, Zadar and Krka National Park, Šibenik is itself a quaint coastal town abrim with medieval architecture and boasting two UNESCO world heritage sites. The marina offers a choice of 440 berths for superyachts up to 70m in length, a boatyard and catamaran friendly berthing.

Porto Montenegro - Montenegro
Montenegro is a superyacht haven whose appeal and reputation far outweighs her modest size. With all of Croatia’s beauty and none of her crowds, Montenegro is recognisable from her turquoise seas and rugged mountains, verdant forestry and medieval villages, all untouched by the polluting effect of tourism. And there is no better place to berth while enjoying this jewel of the Mediterranean than Porto Montenegro - nestled in the UNESCO protected Bay of Kotor, Porto Montenegro is one of the most luxurious and developed superyacht marinas in the world. On top of a 450-berth luxury yacht marina accommodating vessels over 100m, Porto Montenegro also boasts a glamorous yacht club, boutique shopping, private residences and exclusive events held throughout the year. This state-of-the-art marina has it all - a full range of services, onsite brokers and agents, and a team of staff committed to making your stay memorable - making Porto Montenegro an essential stop-off on your Adriatic cruise.

D-MARIN Didim Marina - Turkey
Heading east to Turkey, there is a lifetime of glamorous destinations and breathtaking sites to discover. This large, transcontinental country is utterly steeped in ancient history, and as a gateway between Europe and the Middle East is considered a colourful melting pot of cultures and influences. Didim Marina is an ideal first stopping point - a short sail across the Aegean Sea from Athens, the town of Didim is home to crumbling ancient temple ruins, glamorous resorts and esteemed Turkish eateries set alongside a glittering coastline. And Didim Marina, managed to meticulous standards by D-Marin, is a one-stop superyacht base for Aegean adventure. With an impressive 90 superyacht berths of 576 berthing capacity, Didim Marina is well equipped with a heliport, good transportation links and an array of restaurants and beach clubs in its Didim Yacht Club. Didim Marina is an obvious choice to berth and explore the nearby ruins of the Temple of Apollo, bathe in the mythical Bafa Lake or simply indulge in some world-famous local cuisine.

D-MARIN Turgutreis Marina - Turkey
Sail further down the Bodrum peninsula and you will arrive at Turgutreis; a breathtaking town of pearly white architecture set against a backdrop of rugged mountains and swaying palms. D-Marin’s elegant flagship Turgutreis marina is located here; just 20km from sunny Bodrum, Turgutreis comes superyacht ready with an award-winning marina village, heliport and 550 berths. Relax in the marina’s prestigious yacht club or take a day trip out to nearby island delights of Karaada’s healing mineral springs or windsurfing hotspots of Kadikalesi and Akyarlar. With an enchanting mythical history, nearby ruins and tantalisingly flavourful local cuisine, Turgutreis marina is ready to welcome yachting guests for an adventure you are unlikely to forget.

D-MARIN Göcek Marina - Turkey
Turkey’s irresistible Gulf of Göcek is a yachting haven, and Göcek Marina is ready to welcome yachts of all shapes and sizes to enjoy this bountiful region. Made up of hidden coves and bays, turquoise waters and lagoons and undiscovered islands, D-Marin Göcek is the perfect place to berth and discover Turkey’s mythical side. Known as the Turquoise Coast for its outstanding beauty, Göcek is a haven for smooth sandy beaches and hundreds of nearby islands for day trips to remember. The well serviced marina boasts a badge of D-Marin approval, berths for superyachts up to 70m and its own boatyard and travel lift. Dock and discover the nearby Butterfly Valley, home to hundreds of butterfly species and rugged clifftops, or take a trip to the mythical ruins of Telmessos. Meanwhile, Göcek Marina has a remarkable array of sports, wellness and shopping facilities, as well as a dizzying choice of fine dining options.

Limassol Marina - Cyprus
Last but far from least we arrive at the enticing Cypriot coastline, where the state-of-the-art Limassol Marina awaits yachts and luxury yachts up to 110m for an indulgent experience at sea. This outstanding yachting haven has collected an array of industry accolades recognising its excellence for superyacht services and facilities, and it is not difficult to see why. Blending sophisticated private residences with a full-service marina and high end shopping and dining options, Limassol Marina leaves the discerning traveller wanting for nothing. Stroll along Limassol Marina’s elegant promenade and dip into an array of award-winning eateries and beach bars, or relax at the marina’s own spa and fitness club. Limassol Marina is also extremely well connected to the attractions of the East Mediterranean, both in the vibrant Limassol city itself and further afield. Soak in the warm and welcoming atmosphere of Limassol, the boutique shopping and flavourful Cypriot cuisine, or venture out into the wineries and orchards of picturesque Cyprus. Wherever you choose to discover, Limassol Marina is sure to be an unforgettable end to your East Mediterranean adventure.