Superyacht industry expanding in Crotone, Italy

Carmar, an experienced fuel bunkering company based in Crotone, Italy, has recently predicted the expansion of the superyacht industry in the South Coast of Italy, particularly in the Port of Crotone.

The Port of Crotone, a thousand year old Calabrian harbour, which has been operating for the past 2,350 years - is currently experiencing a phase of economic growth and expansion.

Carmar is predicting that this will soon lead towards huge enhancements in terms of the development of superyachts, shipbuilding and cruise ship tourist areas.

The new regulatory plan of the port includes large berths and many kilometres worth of docks to support the guests and crews that will stop in Crotone.

In this era of change, Carmar, a historic company founded in the 80s by the Engineer Mr. Carlo Tricoli, has already implemented a modern fuel station and welcome centre for superyachts up to 100M in size, located near the Port of Crotone.  

According to Carmar, “With the experience and know-how that was handed down over three generations, the Tricoli family has been working to support the growth of the port of Crotone and the dissemination of maritime culture for over a century.”

The Port of Crotone is located in one of the most interesting and beautiful places of Southern Italy. The location on the Mediterranean Sea is ideal for all routes and destinations and includes some popular tourist attractions such as museums, archaeological sites, and the nearby Sila Mountains.

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