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MARINA UPDATE A scale model of the 171-berth Cala del Forte Marina clearly shows a shell shaped design. cooperation over such a strategic asset and the strengthening of city links with Monaco. Cozzi Parodi Group, owner of Portosole in Sanremo, Marina degli Aregai in Santo Stefano al Mare and Marina di San Lorenzo, will concentrate its resources on these marinas and its property and hotel portfolio. The marina will directly employ around 20 people and many others will be indirectly linked via subcontracts for security and the many other opportunities that superyacht marinas create. Prestigious guarantee For over ten years, the 100% state owned SEPM has been one of the most prestigious players in the top level yachting environment. It has both technical and commercial involvement; managing the port infrastructure in the Principality – ranging from the large semi-floating breakwater to cruise liner facilities – and also having direct Gianbattista Borea d’Olmo input on policies designed to develop yachting and support yacht owners. These are sectors where hospitality, safety and quality of service are of prime importance and make crucial contributions to Monaco in terms of its economy and the quality of its ecological environment. The latter is a very significant element and SEPM has taken action to reduce the sources of pollution, with input from trained personnel and referral companies, and aimed to increase the environmental awareness of everyone living in the port – on land and at sea. Water quality is guaranteed by means of a contract with the Monegasque Sanitation Company and a policy of reducing use of energy and water has been implemented. Collection of household waste takes place up to three times a day, black and grey water is recovered and people are obliged to use eco-friendly products. Since Gianbattista Borea d’Olmo addressed members of the press last December, some update questions and clarifications are in order: Q: Is it true that the concession has cost €80 million? A: The acquisition of the Cala del Forte company, which holds the port of Ventimiglia concession, cost €31 million and it is estimated that the cost to complete the work will be €50 million. Q: The marina will have 171 berths. How many of these will be for vessels over 40m (131ft)? A: There are 36 for boats above 30m (98ft) in length and 25 for yachts of 40-60m (131-197ft). Q: Has a construction contract been awarded and how does your optimisation of services and infrastructure compare to the initial plan proposed by the City and the Liguria region? A: We have not as yet awarded a construction contract. In terms of the plan, our biggest change is to modify the waterspace to enable larger yachts to moor up. All electrical systems, water distribution, wastewater collection etc., must also therefore be amended to meet the requirements of a fleet of larger vessels. Q: What landside development is envisaged? A: To help spread the economic burden, we will undertake several urban projects. These include building a vertical elevator to access the historic centre of Ventimiglia Alta, a promenade to reach the Calandre beach and development of the public space – gardens, car parks etc. – on Corso Marconi. There will also be new sewerage and road surfacing along Corso Morconi and Via Trossarelli. Q: Will there be a yacht club and are there plans for events and sports activities? A: This is being discussed but nothing definite has been agreed. Q: What are your environmental plans? A: All regulations according to the European Clean Ports certification and ISO 14001 will be implemented. Particular attention will be paid to collecting black and grey water and to the supply of electricity to yachts to ensure that all onboard generators are switched off when the vessel has docked. Q: Have you sold any of the berths? A: We have had several requests. Last year we had a stand at the Monaco Yacht Show and there was a lot of interest. It will after all be one of the most beautiful harbours in Italy – in terms of infrastructure and location. www.marinaworld.com - March/April 2017 51

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