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Marina Agana - the 100th project for Marinetek Adriatic CROATIA: Marinetek NCP, now renamed Marinetek Adriatic, has completed a full re-build of Marina Agana, its 100th project to date. Situated halfway between Split and Sibenik in a sheltered bay in the picturesque village of Marina, Marina Agana offers boaters a safe and peaceful base from which to explore the island-studded Dalmatian Coast. Marinetek replaced all existing pontoons, cleats, fenders and access bridges. The completed marina has six piers and offers 134 berths for vessels up to 25m (82ft). Marinetek also installed completely new infrastructure for shoreside and pontoon power and water, and all WORLD NEWS berths have new service pedestals. The result, says Marinetek Adriatic director Boris Miškić, is to make Marina Agana “one of the best equipped and most modern marinas on the coast.” Green court gives green light for Kennedy Point NEW ZEALAND: Plans for Kennedy Point Boatharbour at Kennedy Bay, Waiheke Island, were upheld when the developers won their case against local opposition at the Environment Court in May. The marina was approved by Auckland Council back in May 2017. Final design work on the 186-berth marina will be complete in a few months’ time and marketing and sale of berths, ranging in length from 10 to 25m (33 to 82ft), will start immediately. Redeveloping Harbour Island BAHAMAS: The Government of the Bahamas has signed a Heads of Agreement with 4M Harbour Island for the redevelopment of Harbour Island Marina in Eleuthera. The US million project, scheduled to be completed in two and a half years, will feature a 55-slip megayacht marina, wide ranging leisure amenities, retail and residential property. Rebuilt marina puts community first AUSTRALIA: Elizabeth Bay Marina, Sydney, has been rebuilt by Bellingham Marine Australia. The company worked with New South Wales authorities to develop a new layout that would offer a safer, modern marina whilst allaying concerns from local residents about over-development. “We wanted to make sure that the final design would have public approval, as this is a community marina,” said John Spragg, general manager Bellingham Marine Australia. “It was important that the new design not significantly alter the waterfront or the lifestyle of the surrounding community.” The new marina has an extra 13 berths for boats of 12 to 15m (39 to 49ft) and a launching pontoon for kayaks and paddleboards. In an effort to encourage growth of seagrass, the launch area has been decked with a grated material - long used by Bellingham Marine for projects in the USA - that allows light to penetrate the water. Elizabeth Bay Marina also has 47 swing moorings and is protected by a 4m (13ft) wide skirted wave attenuator. www.marinaworld.com - July/August 2018 11

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