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Mid-Harbour marina opens GIBRALTAR: The Gibraltar Government’s Mid-Harbour Small Boats Marina, built by Marinetek, was officially opened on 26th April by Chief Minister Fabian Picardo and Gilbert Licudi, Minister for Education and Justice. The 700-berth facility for local boats up to 10m (33ft) in length is complemented by a fixed breakwater, Minister opens nautical base SPAIN: Mataró Marina Barcelona, a nautical base to the north of Barcelona, has been officially opened by Neus Munté, Minister of the Presidency of the Government of Catalonia. Offering berths for around 30 large yachts of 20 to 50m (65.6 to 164ft), the marina is equipped with all modern services and has an amenities area with a sports zone, a leisure space for crews and an extensive service area. The marina also comprises a training area where students from the local secondary school can undertake practical studies for a diploma in vessel maintenance. A sailing course for children will also be established soon, along with other initiatives related to sailing and training. Managed by Varador 2000 under concession from the Ports of Catalan Government, the marina has been designed, according to Minister Munté, to make Mataró “a reference point for the nautical sector in Catalonia.” which acts as both a public promenade and mooring pier for superyachts and passenger vessels. The complete Varador 2000 president, Xiqui Mas, explained: “Our aim is to bring added value to the Catalan nautical sector, develop tourism and build wealth in the area.” L to r: Xiqui Mas, president of Varador 2000; Catalan Minister Neus Munté; and Mayor of Mataró, David Bote. WORLD NEWS facility – Mid-Harbour Small Boats Marina, Public Promenade and Super Yacht Wharf - was described by Mr Picardo as “the largest, one-off marina engineering project in the EU in many decades.” Marinetek worked to an exceptionally tight schedule to supply the marina components in a single phase. Five different production lines were put to work in Finland, Latvia and Sweden to build 140 large All-Concrete type pontoons and around 350 concrete fingers, selected for their 50-year design life and low lifecycle costs. Great attention was paid to giving disabled boaters good access. “We were delighted to build such a valuable contribution to Gibraltar’s berth count,” said George Desoisa, director Marinetek MED. “Building such an ambitious project in just a single phase was an excellent test of our manufacturing and logistics capabilities and proves that Marinetek can meet a highly demanding schedule and deliver a quality product on time. The Gibraltar Government should be congratulated on its decision to power ahead with a concept that covers a range of berthing needs and gives the local community access to the waterfront.” Paralimni contract awarded CYPRUS: The Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism has accepted a tender from PMV Maritime Holdings BV to build and manage a new marina at Paralimni in the Famagusta district in southeast Cyprus. The marina will be built in the Saint Nicholas fishing shelter area and will have capacity for around 300 yachts. An option exists to construct residential and commercial developments around the marina to enhance its viability. The term of the licence agreement is 125 years. Paralimni Marina will be an official port of entry. www.marinaworld.com - July/August 2016 17

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