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2020 July August Marina World

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2020 Industry Reconnect – World Marinas The ICOMIA Marinas Group (IMG) is organising a World Marinas Conference Industry Reconnect virtual event over a four-week period this October. The webinar will offer four different 90-minute long sessions with leading industry panellists and the opportunity for a productive Q&A session. Topics cover: • State of the industry around the globe MDL launches lowcost small boat berthing package UK: MDL Marinas has launched Simply Berthing, a new berthing package for boats under 9.9m (32ft 6in). The package, which offers a no frills attached, highly competitive rate for small boats, will be applicable to all of MDL’s 18 UK marinas subject to availability. Simply Berthing customers will have a safe and secure berth, access to shoreside facilities and some MDL services. They will also have the option to choose Freedom Berthing, which includes core benefits of boatyard discounts, storage ashore, fuel at cost and free car parking. WORLD NEWS • Boating and tourism with COVID-19: what’s next? • Technology looking forward • Vision of change Further information will be available soon. “Our new Simply Berthing package is primarily designed for first time boat owners,” says Tim Mayer, MDL sales and marketing director. “We wanted to create a berthing package to help reduce the financial barriers to boat ownership and encourage more people to buy, supporting the wider marine industry.” Next stage for Chongwu CHINA: Vivic Corporation and Quanzhou Harbour Group Company signed an important second phase cooperation agreement in mid-June on the development of Chongwu Yacht Marina. During the first phase of the agreement, the two parties conducted copious amounts of on-site and theoretical demonstrations for the development of the marina and submitted work reports and project reports to the necessary authorities. Covering a total area of over 15.4ha (38 acres) on the Chongwu Peninsula in Quanzhou, Fujian the project consists of a marina, tourist resort hotel, artificial beach and various other water sports recreations. The marina is in close proximity to national attractions, which draw record-breaking amounts of tourists each year. Established in 1998, Quanzhou Harbour Group manages all state-owned marinas and marina construction in Quanzhou. www.marinaworld.com - July/August 2020 9

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