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Works starts on Florida dockominium USA: A new megayacht dockominium in the Fort Lauderdale area in South Florida is scheduled to break ground this month (May). Planning consents are in place and the build time is expected to be 12 months. Harbour Twenty-Six is being built on a site formerly known as Pier 17 and will be the first new marina project of its kind in the area. Plans to redevelop the area have been fielded in the past but failed mainly due to the financial downturn. Located across from the Lauderdale Marine Center and within five minutes of WORLD NEWS Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Harbour Twenty-Six will offer 26 fully-covered, hurricane-rated slips ranging from 24 to 52m (80 to 170ft). Each comes with an attractive and functional two storey storage facility with an enclosed garage and additional parking. The project aims to offer a home base for vessels and their crews. “We took on the Pier 17 plans but adapted them to add additional focus for the captains and crew,” says Nathan Cox of Alabama-based Battle Plan Capital, the private investment group that acquired the land and rights in November last year. “We will have a full club house on site including work stations, a pool, cooking, barbecue, entertainment and fitness area with 24 hour security,” he adds. Slips are being marketed by Kit Denison of Denison Yacht Sales and Richard Graves of Promarine Realty. At least eight are reported to be sold. Management of the marina will be headed up by Jim Bronstien of US Marinas. www.marinaworld.com - May/June 2015 13

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