Podgorica – The construction of Budva marina with accompanying hotel – business and navigation facilities of high category, which will be connected with the island Sveti Nikola, popularly called Hawaii, has been approved by the political peak and business establishment of Montenegro – it was confirmed for “Vijesti” from several sources.
Idea project of the future marina is estimated at about half a billion of euros, which was made by the famous architect for navigation in the world Jean Michele Wilmot, presented at the end of last week in” Villa Montenegro” on Sveti Stefan.
Presentation was attended by the president and vice president of DPS Milo Djukanovic and Svetozar Marovic and businessman Stanko Subotic, otherwise the owner of “Villa Montenegro”. Subotic who since recently is the owner of the island Sveti Nikola was the host of this gathering.
Djukanovic, Marovic and Subotic have agreed to start in Budva the realization of this construction undergo, at this moment one of the biggest undergoes in the region.
Budva company “MC Marina” which should be included in the project is controlled by the family of Brano Micunovic. The owners of the marina and Hawaii, as things are standing now, will look for partners abroad. One of the options is that the foreign partner will finance the project, and that domestic owners as their deposit will put the marina and the island. In that way a combination of the joined investment would be made.
Idea project predicts the constructions of two attached luxurious marinas, one in the place of already existing one along the bulwarks of the Old town, and the other one on the island Sveti Nikola, which over the sea will be connected by an unusual walking path – pass way 600 meters long. The construction of other accompanying facilities such as hotels, villas, etc has also been predicted.
Jean Michele Wilmot who was the projector of the most beautiful marinas in the world, among others the ones in Cannes, Nice and Shanghai said for “Vijesti” that Budva marina will overshadow all the marinas in the Mediterranean and will represent a real treat for the pickiest navigators.