We will navigate to Juodkrantė, Nida, or wherever the lagoon takes us. Or maybe just let the waves rock our boat while we enjoy the sun. Get a light tan – as much as the Lithuanian summer permits us – and let the breeze cool down our heads. We are starting to build one of the most difficult parts of our project – a 60sh place pontoon marina. A slip is planned with related infrastructure for servicing the boats. More news coming soon.
This will be the main hub: a place to eat, get a hydro-suit, dock with your yacht, find a place to stay for a while where you don’t have to make your own breakfast. The location will also have premises for commerce: shops, kite schools and clubs, a hotel and various other services. If you’d like to settle here, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The “Promenade of Bridges” building group along the main street towards the lagoon. And the lagoon is the most beautiful when it’s calm. The houses are meant for short-term recreation and overnight. The rentable buildings could be owned by private investors or by KopaVilkas. Changing residents of these houses will provide dynamics and flexibility. More news coming soon.
For waterfront living on the central island. We will reach our homes from the Curonian Lagoon, through the port and by the canals. The canal system is the main element of the location, which will make life here more dynamic, as well as serving as a transport link. ‘Every wolf’ will be able to reach their home by boat. Information about future architectural projects is on the way.