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MARINA & YARD PAVILION

MARINA & YARD PAVILION 151617 NOVEMBER 2016 RAI AMSTERDAM THE NETHERLANDS THE CENTRAL PLATFORM FOR THE GLOBAL MARINA & YARD INDUSTRY MEET THE WORLD IN AMSTERDAM The Marina & Yard Pavilion (MYP) welcomes marina owners, operators, developers and suppliers from around the world. The MYP will host the biennial ICOMIA World Marinas Conference (WMC), which will start on the final day of METSTRADE 2016. This unique combination offers an exceptional opportunity for marina professionals to meet their peers, see lots of innovations and new products, and be inspired by the very latest industry news. 16 Taking place as part of the world’s largest marine equipment trade show The Marina & Yard Pavilion is an event of METSTRADE, the world’s leading platform for professionals in the marine equipment industry and organiser of the ICOMIA World Marinas Conference. ORGANISED BY POWERED BY MEMBER OF OFFICIAL MAGAZINE SYP OFFICIAL MAGAZINE MYP OFFICIAL MAGAZINE METS MW2016JanFeb.indd 2016 Advertentie 20 210x297 MYP NIEUW.indd 2 05/01/2016 15-12-15 09:32:34 09:44

GLOBAL REVIEW 2015 Denarau Marina is Fiji’s top superyacht destination. Charlotte Niemiec Consolidation and expansion Buzzwords: super, multi, investment. Last year saw proposals for new marinas on an ever grander scale, from One°15 Brooklyn Marina in New York to Kuwait’s massive Sea City or Royal Phuket Marina’s five billion Baht water facility and marina expansion in Thailand. Marina World special correspondent, Charlotte Niemiec, highlights some developments from 2015, starting with the Americas and the Caribbean Aiming to be the calmest marina basin in New York Harbor, One°15 Brooklyn Marina is the latest offering on the New York City scene. Set to open this spring, it is located within the heart of Brooklyn’s resurgent waterfront between Piers 4 and 5. It will be part of the award-winning Brooklyn Bridge Park, an expanse of lush green community space. The project includes 125 slips ranging from 40ft (12.19m) to 100ft (30.48m) and alongside mooring for superyachts up to 250ft (76.2m). When complete, the marina will increase the number of slips available in the city by 25% and all will have water, electricity and Wi-Fi, gated access docks and 24-hour security. Over on Staten Island, Great Kills Marina in the Gateway National Park finished rebuilding work following its complete destruction by Hurricane Sandy in 2012. The new marina system offers 350 slips from 25-60ft (7.62- 18.28m) and a long outer dock for mooring large boats. Santa Cruz Harbor in California was also substantially rebuilt with upgraded facilities and is now in full operation. Following a series of bids with a final price tag close to million, 20 docks were replaced and approximately 470 slips. In Florida, a new megayacht dockominium in Fort Lauderdale – Harbour Twenty-Six – was scheduled to break ground in May, with an expected build time of 12 months. It is being constructed on a site formerly known as Pier 17 and will be the first new marina project of its kind in the area. It will offer 26 fully-covered, hurricane-rated slips ranging from 24m (78.7ft) to 52m (170.6ft). Meanwhile, Barrington Yacht Club in Rhode Island – one of the oldest yacht clubs in the US northeast – underwent extensive expansion. The project included 100 new slips to accommodate boats up to 60ft (18.28m), and a 170ft (51.8m) fuel dock with pumps and utilities. Off the East Coast of the US, plans were approved for the South Basin Marina at Bermuda’s Naval Dockyard. The new facility will play a major role in the 2017 America’s Cup event. Plans include the reclamation of ten acres of land inside the southeastern corner of the existing breakwater to create an island. A boatyard with multiple drystacks and a 68 berth marina will be built. Charter operators at marinas in Palma, Mallorca, enjoyed a busy summer season. www.marinaworld.com - January/February 2016 21 MW2016JanFeb.indd 21 05/01/2016 09:33:57

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