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WORLD NEWS C&N to re-design and manage St Katharine Docks UK: Camper & Nicholsons Marinas (C&N Marinas) has been appointed by the Blackstone Group to take over the management and operation of St Katharine Docks, central London’s finest marina. The historic docks - located by Tower Bridge and the Tower of London - are due to undergo a careful refurbishment and restoration programme, which will see the marina re-launched later this year under the Camper & Nicholsons brand with 170 new berths for vessels up to 40m (131ft). Since acquiring the site in late 2014, Blackstone has ensured the Safe Harbor buys four CA marinas USA: Safe Harbor Marinas has bought four California coastal marinas located between San Diego and San Francisco Bay. The acquisitions are part of the company’s ongoing effort to grow its inland and coastal portfolio. The acquisitions comprise Ballena Isle Marina, Ventura Isle Marina, Anacapa Isle Marina and Cabrillo Isle Marina. Ballena Isle Marina is located in historic Alameda in San Francisco Bay. The marina is host to the Ballena Bay Yacht Club and a variety of yacht races originate from its naturallyprotected harbour. Ventura Isle and Anacapa Isle Marinas are both at the entrance to Channel Islands National Park, a world-class boating destination. Both properties are a short drive from Los Angeles. Cabrillo Isle Marina, continued evolution of St Katharine Docks as one of the capital’s most vibrant business, retail and leisure destinations. A key part of the ongoing works programme is the restoration of the marina, and C&N Marinas was commissioned to conduct a detailed audit and put together a proposal for its refurbishment, management and operation. Dan Hughes, C&N business development director, commented: “We have worked closely with Blackstone on a new vision for the Docks, to develop a genuinely international marina as part of a thriving waterside community in the centre of one of the world’s greatest cities. The plans include an improved marina layout and berth plan, better facilities both ashore and afloat, and an overall improvement to the marina experience.” C&N Marinas marketing director, Sean Purdy, added: “The vision for the marina is for it to become a thriving hub of yachting and social activity for London - ‘the capital of the world’. As this 24-hour city adapts to the needs and demands of its ever-growing international business population, we see St Katharine Docks being at the heart of that.” In addition to undertaking this demanding project in London, C&N is also creating an entirely new marina in Cowes on the Isle of Wight. The marina at Victoria Quay is scheduled to open in the summer of 2017 and will be a key contributor to the regeneration of East Cowes. located in the heart of San Diego, is known for sweeping views and easy access to Point Loma and the Pacific Ocean. Together, the four marinas contain nearly 1,900 slips. “We are very excited to welcome these four properties into our portfolio,” said Safe Harbor Marinas CEO, Marshall Funk. “Each of these marinas has a strong reputation and is a premier property in its own right. They make an excellent addition to the Safe Harbor network.” With the addition of the four California properties, Safe Harbor Marinas now owns and manages 35 marinas in 14 states. www.marinaworld.com - May/June 2016 15

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