Tiszayacht

Large-scale developments at lake Balaton - Mahart Tiszayacht port construction projects

Magyar Építők has conducted an exciting interview with Attila Lovászi, Managing Director of MAHART Tiszayacht Kft., a strategic partner of KÉSZ Group. The company has been engaged in the construction and repair of steel-framed vessels for 24 years and in recent years has also entered the port construction market. Three ports have already been completed on the shores of Lake Balaton, and one project is underway. These were the sites visited by the Magyar Építők team led by Attila.

Firstly, two ports in Balatonfüred were visited among their completed projects: one was their very first port project, the Kékszalag Port (also known as the Balatonfüred Water Sports and Recreation Centre), where they used modular technology for the first time to build a 140-berth facility for small vessels.

"We are particularly proud of this port, because it is also the starting point of Europe's longest and oldest round-the-lake sailing race, the Kékszalag (Blue Ribbon). This is one of our most important references," started Attila his presentation of the port.

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"Also in Balatonfüred is our second development project, the UNI Port, where the receiving authority was so satisfied with our precise work that they did not request any modifications, and specifically emphasised their satisfaction. We got the operating permit on the first inspection, which is very rare for a project like this."

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Travelling on the shore of the Hungarian sea, Magyar Építők also visited two other sites: the sailing port of the Balatonfűzfő Sailing Sports Association, which was also renovated by MAHART Tiszayacht, and the construction site of the Mediterranean Port in Alsóörs.

"It is interesting to note that although we are talking about an almost 7.5 hectare facility, the port does not take away land from Lake Balaton, but actually increases its water surface, as the project has created an artificial bay by dry construction.

The outer and inner port will be able to accommodate nearly 300 vessels, this is what we are commissioned with among other things, and we have made significant progress: we are laying the wooden surfaces of the piers and the access bridge," Attila explained to the magazine.

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In the full interview, the future plans of the company, modular technology and other activities of Tiszayacht were also discussed. The full article is available on the Magyar Építők website.

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