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2017 July August Marina World

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SF Marina has been building and installing floating breakwaters and pontoons for marinas worldwide since 1918. We are committed to finding the best solution for every site. The sturdy tugboat pontoons for the operation of large vessels in a port on the Swedish West Coast are examples of the capacity of our factory in Wallhamn. The pontoons are 10 meters wide and 23 m long. They are also designed to accommodate heavy construction vehicles. Photo: Stig Jansson, SF Pontona Postal address: SF Marina System AB, Propellergangen 4, 417 64 Goteborg, Sweden Telephone: + 46 31 779 07 65 e-mail: info@sfmarina.com web: www.sfmarina.com

Marina World July/August 2017 Vol. 17, No. 6 13 27 CONTENTS World News 7 Waterfront Developments: The Wharf 13 Robert Wilkes examines the ambitious planning of The Wharf in Washington, DC Waterfront developments: Pontoons for AC35 21 America’s Cup Bermuda contracted Structurmarine to supply an assortment of floating systems for the 2017 race event. Sarah Devlin reports Waterfront Developments: Marina di Valletta 27 Newly built Marina di Valletta further enhances the waterfront in Malta’s capital. Donatella Zucca looks at the bigger picture 35 Market Update: Estonia 35 With a determination to boost interest in sailing and attract visiting boats, Estonia has built a chain of guest marinas over the past five years. Carol Fulford took a tour Products & Services Special Feature: Management Software 46 Future-proofing management systems and the latest updates on products and installations On the cover: Pärnu Yacht Club in Estonian city Pärnu on the shores of the Gulf of Riga is a longestablished private club that has been hosting regattas for over a century. The marina is working on a master plan to further improve its landscaping and shoreside facilities. Read more about Estonian marinas p.35 www.marinaworld.com - July/August 2017 3

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