Silver and gold for D-Marin

D-Marin has received a silver medal rating by EcoVadis, positioning it within the top 30% of companies in the leisure industry.

Didim Marina is one of three D-Marin marinas to have retained 5 Gold Anchor status.

Didim Marina is one of three D-Marin marinas to have retained 5 Gold Anchor status.

The company’s sustainability rating increased by 22% over 2021, a substantial increase that clearly demonstrates D-Marin’s commitment to employing sustainable practices across its business. The assessment covered four areas: environment; labour and human rights; business ethics; and sustainable procurement.
Chief operations officer Konrad Tyrajski commented: “We are extremely proud to secure a silver medal rating by EcoVadis. Aligning our focus to make our operations more sustainable is not only the right thing to do but at the heart of our DNA as a business. Improving every day and caring about the environment and our communities are two of the key behaviours we would like to see in each and every employee at D-Marin. We are constantly working toward achieving a gold rating and we endeavour to be the best in the industry for sustainability.”
The gold rating has, meanwhile, been secured by three of D-Marin’s Turkish marinas in the form of Gold Anchor accreditations. Didim, Turgutreis and Göcek marinas are all 5 Gold Anchor rated under the certification jointly administered by The Yacht Harbour Association (UK) and the Marina Industries Association (Australia). It is the fifth time that Didim, and the seventh time that Turgutreis, have received the awards.
“We’re thrilled that our marinas in Turkey have been recognised with Gold Anchors,” said chief commercial officer Dean Smith. “The accreditation is widely recognised around the world and provides our customers with peace of mind and a clear indication of the level of service and facilities they can expect from us.”


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