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2020 September October Marina World

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MARINAWORLD@20 Combarro Marina, Galicia, Spain is the jewel in the crown of the Combarro waterfront regeneration project. Further expansion is planned. the project includes four marinas. Italian company Ingemar won the challenging build contract and completed the first marina basin (406 berths) in April 2015 and the second (633 berths) in 2016. • Still ongoing until 2023, the Marasi Business Bay project in Dubai started in 2015 with a vision of four marinas within the Dubai Canal. Project engineer Homeport and International Waterfront Consultants worked on the plans. Park 3 (176 berths) was completed in December 2017 using a Bellingham system installed by Septech and featuring a palm tree lined ‘floating forest’ promenade. • Crossroads Yacht Marina, a 15 minute fast boat ride from capital city Malé, opened in the Maldives early this year. Forming part of an integrated leisure hub, it offers 10-60m (33-197ft) berths, full-service back-up and concierge. It is the nation’s first dedicated leisure marina. EUROPE • When Dún Laoghaire Marina, south of Dublin, Ireland opened with a 275- berth Walcon system in June 2001, it was already fully occupied. The marina took 28 years to plan and was the first public marina in the country. Update to 2020: The marina now has capacity for 820 boats up to 45m (148ft). • Kos Marina – the first full-service marina in the Greek Aegean Sea – finally opened well ahead of the 2002 summer season after a build time of over eight years. It features good shoreside facilities and 250 berths of 7-50m (23-164ft) at fixed concrete pontoons with Gigieffe power pedestals. • As an integral part of a large family holiday resort, 400-berth Marina Rubicon in Lanzarote, Canary Islands opened in late summer 2002. The resort has a strong emphasis on watersports, with charter facilities and a sailing school, and a boat repair and service centre equipped with a Roodberg power hoist and HBC trailer. Update to 2020: Marina Rubicon has 550 berths up to 50m (164ft) and can accept multihulls. It also has alongside mooring for larger boats. • With a keen eye on attracting superyachts, Marina di Portisco in the Costa Smeralda region of Sardinia opened in late 2002 with 564 berths. During its first season, it moored vessels up to 80m (262ft) in length. Update to 2020: Now with 589 berths in total, the marina has 16 berths for vessels up to 90m (295ft). • Yalikavak Marina on the west coast of Turkey opened in summer 2004 with 450 berths posed to attract locals and tourists. The facility was built alongside an artificial island with SF Marina teak-decked concrete pontoons and Rolec service pedestals. SF, Rolec Capo d’Orlando Marina in Sicily offers top services and hosts over 550 vessels up to 40m (131ft) in length. Photo: Gianfranco Guccione – September/October 2020 27

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