In 2005 the “Marina Dinevi” project – Sveti Vlas won one of the most prestigious awards for investment projects – the Bentley Award, for best marina project.
The “Marina Dinevi” Yacht Port was constructed in the northern part of the Nesebar Bay to the south of Sveti Vlas. The port’s location, at the foot of the southern slopes of the Balkan Mountain, determine its natural protection from the prevailing northeastern winds and makes Sveti Vlas a wonderful place to practice yacht tourism in Bulgaria.
The capacity of the port is 50 boats up to 9 meters; 30 boats from 9 to 13 meters; 110 boats from 13 to 15 meters and 50 boats from 15 to 25 meters, or totally about 250 boats.
The port is equipped with a slipway, with a special hoist (crane) for boats having a capacity of 40-50 tons. The services provided by the port include workshops, yacht maintenance and repair shops, spare parts shops, accessories, equipment and more.
Each berth is supplied with electricity, water, telephone, cable TV and Internet. There are bathrooms, showers, laundries, a small bank office, sports and healthcare center, refueling facilities. The yacht port is equipped with a facility intended to receive domestic sewage from the yachts, which prevent water pollution in the port area. The port provides both physical security and video surveillance.
Besides a luxury hotel complex, “Marina Dinevi” offers to its guests also: a five-star hotel, shopping center, numerous restaurants and bars, a medical center, business building containing offices meeting the needs of the port, where are located also: Customs, Border check-point, Border Police, Port administration, business meetings and press conferences hall.
Company Dinevi Group congratulates all residents and guests of Sveti Vlas on the occasion – May 02 – an official holiday in Sveti Vlas!
It’s beyond any doubt that the magnitude and good faith you have will contribute to the very beneficial rapprochement between Bulgarians and Georgians – both in terms of economic actions and feelings.
The brothers built in St. Vlas a whole recreation place with its own tourist infrastructure – marina, beaches, streets, squares, temples, amphitheater, etc. The trifling detail is that this infrastructure was not built and paid for by the state or the municipality but by themselves.