Mediterranean Navies continuously transports our own and customer complaints over this repeated situation.
The Marina of Estepona has reported on several occasions to the Public Agency of Ports of Andalusia (Appa) and the Ministry of the Environment of the Junta de Andalucía the state of dirt and the poor conditions presented by the waters of the nautical zone of the port caused by the fishing fleet and the fish market. Both fleets coexist in front of each other within the same port enclosure.
Seeing fish boxes and different types of rubbish floating among the marina pantalanes is a continuum, despite the work of constant collection of this waste by the operations staff of the Marina of Estepona. Faced with this reality, Mediterranean Navies continuously transports their own complaints and those that it receives from the users of the marina before the aforementioned administrations, they have even brought it to the attention of the Environment area of the Estepona City Council. However, the marina concessionaire has not obtained any kind of response from the competent authorities or possible procedure for debugging responsibilities.
Manuel Raigon, managing director of Estepona Marina, expressed its displeasure with this situation that harms the image and facilities of the nautical-recreational area of the port, "which we try to alleviate with the garbage collection and cleaning work that our team does" and regrets that the relevant authorities ignore these complaints.