Spotlight: Mazurski Raj Marina

Seaflex Sales Executive Peder Persson and Senior Engineer Tomasz Hutny report back from a recent visit to Piaski in Poland.

Poland is experiencing a rapid growth in so-called inland water tourism, meaning that there are a lot of marinas being built all around the country right now. Seaflex is a well-known brand in the Polish marina industry so we often get the chance to visit this beautiful country to assist in installing marinas or other floating applications. Pictured above is the latest installation done in Piaski for the Mazurski Raj Hotel, Marina and Spa. A beautiful location!

– “We are already talking about extending this marina within a year or so”, Peder Persson explains. “There is also a lot of talk about a growing interest in building marinas along the beautiful Vistula river, Poland’s largest, to accommodate the recent attention Poland has started receiving as an international tourism destination. I am very excited for the Polish market and the developments we’re seeing here!”

This marina was installed in cooperation with Top Marine and consists of 120 meters of pontoons moored with 28 Seaflex units.

 

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