Continuing a long-standing successful cooperation with ACI, at the beginning of the year 2015 we agreed a design and construction of the maritime part of brand new marina. It is marina in Slano which, on delight of numerous boaters, was built as a third marina in Dubrovnik county. Considering that this part of Adriatic coast is very attractive, especially in Dubrovnik and Korčula where there is always demand for more berths, there is no doubt that this marina also, which is located only 37 km from Dubrovnik, will be fully occupied.
Aci marina Slano extends over the area of 66.279 square meters and can accommodate 190 vessels of length between 8 and 20 meters for which are built piers and breakwaters with total length of 688 meters. Upon completion of main works on the mainland, Marinetek joined in with the construction works of the maritime part which involved installation of floating brekawaters and piers, electric installations, water supply and hydrant network and anchoring system of the vessels. The total value of our work was 16 M kn.
The surface of all pontoon piers is covered with exotic wood, which gives marina an extraordinary exclusive look. For this project Marinetek produced and delivered 9 Heavy Duty Pontoons (type M4312HD and M4315HD), 20 All Concrete pontoons (type M3012AC) and 16 breakwaters (type M4320BRK, M4316BRK and M3820BRS), which are formed in 5 piers.
The installation of pontoons and mooring system was entrusted to company Hidroinženjering from Rijeka, experienced team specialized for underwater works with whom Marinetek recently finished another big project, reconstruction of the maritime part of ACI marina in Cres. Construction and delivery of service cabinets was arranged from another manufacturer from Croatia, company Marex elektrostroj from Zadar. Customers in marina are offered with connection sockets to 63A/5P, while the electricity and water consumption is measured separtely and charged through the built Smart system.
The specificity of this project is anchoring of breakwater elements at depths up to 20 m, and optimized and flexible accommodation of vessels in accordance with the needs of marina depending on whether it is a constant annual berth or for transit vessels. Despite the significant depth, all piers are anchored with chain, catenary standard system. As most of the aquatorium, envisaged for mooring, is quite shallow, it was necessary to perform the deepening of marina to a minimum depth of 3 meters.
The construction of the quay wall, plateaus, and all associated buildings and infrastructure, was entrusted to company Pomgrad Inženjering from Split.
Building of this 22nd “in a row” ACI marina is one of ACI capital project that, after a long series of preparation, finaly realized. Marina carries the name of the founder of ACI company Mr Veljko Barbieri.
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