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WE HARNESS THE FIRE TO CONTROL THE SEA MEET US AT BOOTH #142 WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF WE COULD REPLACE STEEL AS REINFORCEMENT WITH SOMETHING NON-CORROSIVE? A couple of years ago we asked ourselves this question and a long process was started. After a couple of years of development, a patent was applied for covering a new production method using Basalt as reinforcement. Basalt is volcanic rock formed from the rapid cooling of lava. Basalt Rebar reinforcement is an alternative to steel for reinforcing concrete, basalt rebar is tough, stronger than steel and has a higher tensile strength. Basalt rebar is naturally resistant to alkali, rust and acids, therefore perfect for Marine environments. PART OF SF GROUP SF Marina has since 1918 been in the forefront in the field of floating breakwaters and concrete pontoons. Our worldwide installations and a century of experience and knowledge is your guarantee for a marina with the longest possible lifetime and minimum maintenance cost. Living up to our promise - still there after the storm. W W W . S F M A R I N A . C O M SF_Marina_World.indd 1 2017-10-24 13:06

Marina World January/February 2018 Vol. 18, No. 3 13 CONTENTS World News 7 Global Review 13 Charlotte Niemiec looks at highlights around the world in 2017 47 54 Marina Planning & Design Dubai’s ambitious Marasi project includes four distinct marinas. Oscar Siches reports 25 Abell Point Marina in Australia underwent a swift rebuild after Cyclone Debbie 31 Windermere Quays Marina, now reconfigured and extended, is better able to welcome visitors to a UK tourist spot 35 Alamitos Bay Marina in California was the subject of an ambitious rebuild. Robert Wilkes reports 39 Lagoon Marina in Ras Al Khaimah supports the first phase of the Mina al Arab development. David Canfield reports 44 Metstrade 2017: New Product Highlights 47 Products & Services 54 People 62 On the cover: In 2005 Alamitos Bay Marina had 1,962 slips in seven different basins. In a project which lasted 13 years, the City of Long Beach, California, refurbished it entirely, reconfiguring to 1,655 slips with optimum slip sizes. Read more p. 39 www.marinaworld.com - January/February 2018 3

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