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All-weather slips added

All-weather slips added at Bear Lake Berths boost tourism prospects CAMBODIA: Chinese marina builder Livart Marine completed the first phase of Princes Private Club Marina on the Mekong River in Phnom Penh in June. The company designed, manufactured and installed three superyacht berths with appropriate fenders and cleats and all associated gangways. Rolec dockside pedestals were selected. The installation was completed over a four week period in accordance with the tides. The project is seen as a significant milestone for tourism in Cambodia and is believed to be the first of several likely superyacht berthing projects. USA: Oklahoma-based marina company Meeco Sullivan has completed a second phase redevelopment at Bear Lake State Park Marina in Garden City, Utah. The project encompassed 218 boat slips and 440ft (134m) of dock walkways with 12in (30cm) galvanised steel frames and composite decking. The arrangement has end ties and three gangway landings. Slips are all single loaded and range in size from 20-48ft (6-15m). Every dock incorporates Meeco Sullivan’s telescoping spud piling anchor system, utilising galvanised piling pipe frame and 4in (10cm) galvanised pipe pilings to provide a secure all season anchorage that easily adapts to fluctuating lake levels and winter conditions. Bear Lake State Park Marina now has approximately 380 slips with longer side ties for 48ft+ (15m+) boats. Work went more smoothly than anticipated in unexpectedly poor weather conditions as the docks were shipped in pre-assembled sections. Second marina opens at Harleyford UK: A new 146-berth marina basin has opened within the Harleyford Estate on the River Thames some 30mi (48km) west of central London. The site is regarded as one of the most beautiful private country estates in the south of England. Walcon Marine supplied its System 2000 floating pontoons, the majority of which are held in place by piles. The company worked closely with estate manager Mark Pearce to design a marina that takes account of the river environment and makes best use of space. Ten articulated finger pontoons and four ‘herringbone’ finger berths were also incorporated. The latter, at 18m (59ft) in length were specified for barges and narrowboats. Planning for the marina WORLD NEWS began in 2002 but was subject to a lengthy permissions process and basin excavation. Installation and groundwork began in August 2016. The new basin joins an existing 267-berth Five Gold Anchor marina that has been in operation since 1970. - July/August 2017 11

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