Tourists cannot freely admire the beautiful views of the Crimean coast due to the lack of sea excursion routes.
You can ride on the sea only on motor ships built back in the days of the Soviet Union, but the number of operating berths is constantly decreasing, so the trips turn out to be short.
The coronavirus has spoiled the plans of cruise companies, and Rospotrebnadzor strictly suppresses any attempts to go on a cruise. However, there is still a demand for sea tours - representatives of more than 30 travel companies traveled on a yacht along the coast from Fiolent to Yalta, stopped to see the sights and visit gastronomic points.
The Crimean regatta was organized for business representatives, for the first time it was held in 2017 in Turkey, then it was held in Ibiza, and now it's the turn of the Crimea. At the same time, it was concluded that there is definitely no point in comparing domestic yachting with foreign ones, since there are no beautiful marinas in Crimea with excellent conditions for receiving guests.
Now in Balaklava the first state-of-the-art marina is being built. More than 7 million rubles should be spent on it, and the costs of this should be quickly paid, since now the Russians are forced to provide services outside the country and pay for the services of other clients for 200 million euros.
In total, it is planned to build six marinas in Crimea, almost half a million rubles will be allocated for them.