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Prince Philip Haven nears completion UK: Boats were welcomed to new pontoons during the Easter holidays at the redeveloped Royal Southern (RSYC) and RAF yacht clubs on the River Hamble in the south of England. The move marked near completion of the ‘Prince Philip Yacht Haven’ project. The £2.6 million redevelopment has been led throughout by UK-based specialist consultancy Marina Projects. The company initially acted for the RSYC in developing concept proposals to make better use of the water space whilst at the same time addressing the requirements for the replacement of an aged and failing quay wall. Mike Ward, managing director of Marina Projects, commented: “An immediate challenge for us was dealing with the historical cross-over between the access and activities on both land and water of the Royal Southern Yacht Club and their near neighbour, the Royal Air Force Yacht Club, a situation which required that the two clubs work together if meaningful solutions were to be found.” “As a result, what has developed is a true collaboration between the two yacht clubs that has unlocked the potential of this valuable price of the River Hamble and that in turn maximises the benefit of the direct connection to the local village.” Marina Projects tackled a variety of challenges including licensing requirements, complex navigational issues and environmental impacts. The company also handled local objections to the project, dealt with contaminated WORLD NEWS dredge spoil and organised replacement of the quay wall. Raymond Brown Civil Engineering was appointed as main civils contractor, Walcon Marine as pontoon supplier, ML (UK) as dredging contractor, Maricer for pontoon utilities and Opus as engineering consultants. www.marinaworld.com - May/June 2015 15

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