Hotel and marina Lazure located in Meljine, about 2 km east from Herceg Novi, is offering a magnificent view of the entrance to the bay of Kotor. The russian company, Imperio Holdings ltd, has taken over the task of reconstructing the old Lazaret – building of medievel maritime quarantine, and arranging a small communal port in front of the Lazaret. During the development of the project, investor has certainly preserved the original appearance and architecture of this historical complex, and improved it into exceptional facility of the highest category. The small harbor and fixed breakwater are protected cultural monuments and have been preserved in their original form. Around the harbor itself, the investor has formed a new marina with 220 berths protected by new stone breakwater. Compliance with the requirements of the restorer and maritime domain, and the complexity of the construction of breakwater itself, delayed the completion of the marina almost until the end of 2019. Marina has a full function in early 2020.
During project development, in several phases Marinetek has delivered total of 33 Heavy Duty pontoons (width 2.7m, 3m and 4m) to form a 7 inner piers, and 4 breakwater elements (5 m wide) to secure additional protection of the entrance to the waters of marina. The inner piers are anchored with chains, and the outer pier, which is 4 m wide and is intended for the largest vessles up to 30 m long, as well as the floating breakwater, are anchored with Seaflex elements. A standard quadruple berth is provided for anchoring yachts.
Extremely large tourist resorts, Porto Montenegro in Tivat and Portonovi in Kumbor, are being built near the Lazure complex, which significantly surpass Lazure in size and luxury. However, the extremely beautifully renovated and decorated complex of the medieval Lazaret with an attractive wellness center and swimming pools, and an attractive boutique marina, will surely find its regular users and a place on the new nautical map of Montenegro.
“The breakwater is essentially a small mountain, most of which is under water. The widht of our pier at the bottom is approx. 45 m, and depth in this part of water area is from 8 to 13 meters. The bottom is covered with extremely thick layer of mud, so quite demanding and complicated works have been performed. In a similar way it is built a breakwater – a mole on the shipyard, which is one of the biggest attractions of Herceg Novi. Hopfully, our marina will eventually become one also – Ana Martynova, director of Imperio Holdings ltd.
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