D-Marin is a Doğuş Group company that was established to set a new benchmark in operations of the marinas. It manages 11 unique marinas in Turkey, Greece, Montenegro and Croatia, and is one of the largest international chain of marinas in the Eastern Mediterranean that promotes recreational yachting and develops sustainable businesses that encourage local employment and growth within the economy. Total berthing capacity is 8,471.
D-Marin has also expanded its service area to the refit, repair and maintenance of superyachts in the yachting sector by the partnership agreement made with MB’92 in Barcelona. Following that agreement, additional two refit centers, Blohm + Voss La Ciotat and Compositeworks in France, were added to the portfolio, offering longstanding experience and expertise in superstructure maintenance and repair.
D-Marin owns three marinas in Croatia – Mandalina, Šibenik, Dalmacija, Sukošan and Borik in Zadar. Located in the center of Dalmatia, D-Marin marinas are natural gateways for exploring one of the best cruising areas in the world featuring numerous islands, national and nature parks, as well as ancient cities with rich cultural heritage, and some of the best restaurants with Dalmatian and Mediterranean specialties.
The Group, active in seven core businesses including automotive, construction, media, tourism and services, real estate, energy and food & beverage, sustains its growth with new investments in the areas of technology, sports, and entertainment along with its current operations. With over 300 companies in 25 countries in 4 continents and more than 35,000 employees, the Group serves its customers with advanced technologies, highest brand quality and a dynamic human resource.
The Doğuş Group currently partners and cooperates with some of the large global players including: Volkswagen AG and TÜVSÜD in automotive; Condé Nast (Vogue, GQ) in media; Hyatt International Ltd. in tourism; the Latsis Group, the Kiriacoulis Group and the Adriatic Croatia International (ACI) Group in marina and nautical operations; the international Azumi Group that holds under its roof brands such as Coya, Roka, Zuma and Oblix in food and beverage and entertainment; and the South Korean SK Group in e-commerce.