- Marina del Este marina wins for twenty-sixth year this award, In addition, in Almuñécar, municipality where it is located, its three main beaches will also show off the Blue Flags again
- In the marinas of La Duquesa and Estepona will also wave this distinctive, accumulating already 23 Years.
The Mediterranean Marine Group, company that makes up the concessionaires of the marinas of Estepona, The Duchess (Manilva) And Marina del Este (Almuñécar) celebrates the award of the Blue Flag in the three marinas it manages.
The trajectory of Blue Flags at the group's marinas speaks for itself. This summer, Marina del Este will wear for twenty-sixth year this quality badge. In addition,, Almuñécar, the municipality where this marina is located, has received after several years absent from the map of the blue flags, these awards on their main beaches: San Cristobal, Puerta del Mar and Velilla. No doubt, this provides a quality environment for visitors.
For its part, in the marinas of La Duquesa and Estepona will also fly the blue flags, adding up these port enclosures 23 years of receiving these awards.
As commented by the managing director of the Mediterranean Marines group, Manuel Raigón, "the awards are not just the recognition that we have met some, in this case environmental. They are also the consequence that we do things right in terms of the care and maintenance of our facilities and the quality of customer service".
And it is that obtaining this award is the result of the work well done and continuous planning over time. In this sense, it should be remembered that Marinas del Mediterráneo has established a Management System in the maintenance of the facilities of its marinas a preventive plan whose objective is, on the one hand, optimize own resources and, on the other, seek excellence both in customer service and in the quality of it and facilities.
As indicated by the chief operating officer of the Marines del Mediterráneo Group, Alejandro Suanes, "with good management of a marina it is possible to optimize the resources so that all maintenance is planned and organized, which decreases the corrective maintenance required".
This award is given by the European Foundation for Environmental Education (Fee) and the Association of Environmental and Consumer Education (Adeac) more than 30 years in recognition of environmental quality and are awarded following a comprehensive analysis of ADEAC technicians on safety conditions in the facilities, environmental and water quality, sustainable management, the services offered to the user, social integration, as well as the dissemination and formative work of each port.
Andalusia is the second largest autonomous community with the largest number of marinas that have received the blue flag with a total of eighteen, of which three are managed by Mediterranean Navies.