By Euro Weekly News Media • 03 February 2015 • 12:30
THE firm that will develop Javea’s Fontana marina expects to start work in April.
Marina Nou Fontana announced it was about to close the deal to finance the €7 million venture. Ninety per cent of the boats using the Fontana canal’s former public moorings have gone and the project is economically viable, company sources said, and sales of moorings from €22,885 to €42,756 are progressing according to plan.
They also stressed that quays will be raised and two streams feeding the canal will be channelled below the surface to prevent a repetition of the 2007 floods, when hundreds of boats were wrecked.
The firm, which manages the inner marina’s 151 moorings, split five years ago from another company, Vaindeco, which is now insolvent. The same sources emphasised that Marina Nou Fontana is “totally economically independent,” and dedicated solely to running marine installations.
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