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MARINAWORLD@20 Perfectly positioned in a sheltered lagoon, Sant Carles Marina on Spain’s Costa Dorada was developed to integrate with the local town. curved transverse jetties to create an amphitheatre effect – Marina di Varazze offers over 800 berths for vessels up to 35m (115ft) in length. Poralu installed the pontoons, which feature an unusual combination of timber and red stone decking, and Gigieffe provided dockside pedestals. Update to 2020: Marina di Varazze can moor vessels up to 45m (115ft). • Enjoying a central location in the northern city of Genoa, Marina Genova Aeroporto was completed in 2007 with a variety of berthing options. Ingemar supplied 500m (1,640ft) of floating docks to provide docks for superyachts and smaller vessels. Update to 2020: The marina offers berths of 8.5-130m (28-430ft) and can accommodate catamarans. • Upon completion in time for the 2009 boating season, Didim Marina, located between Izmir and Bodrum on the Turkish Aegean coast, became the second marina (after Turgutreis) to be developed by the Dogus Group. With 400 berths, it is one of the largest in the country and forms part of a coastline project with varied leisure facilities. Update to 2020: D-Marin Didim has 576 berths of 8-70m (26-230ft) including 90 superyacht berths. It has drydock capacity for 600 boats and a catamaran centre. • Developing Porto Montenegro near Tivat on the Bay of Kotor not only set a new standard for upscale waterfront developments in Europe but also put Montenegro firmly on the superyacht circuit. Envisaged as a marina community with varied mooring options and exclusive facilities, early plans looked ahead to 650 berths (later revised to potentially 850) over a 24ha (59 acre) area. The first two phases delivered a total of 470 berths: 100 for yachts up to 20m (66ft) and 145 for yachts over 23m (75ft). The marina systems were installed by Ingemar in pre-arranged phases. UK-based consultancy Marina Projects worked with the developers, Adriatic Marinas, from initial concept and design through to the tender process. • Forming part of a huge investment project, Limassol Marina in Cyprus took two years to build, opening in 2012 with homes, shops, restaurants and yachting facilities in place. The marina was a joint undertaking between Camper & Nicholsons Marinas and Limassol Marina. Update to 2020: The marina has 650 berths for yachts up to 110m (360ft) and is operated and managed by Francoudi & Stephanou Marinas. • Officially opened in July 2008 but well into the process of selling a quantity of its smaller berths by March 2009, Sant Carles Marina in Sant Carles de la Ràpita on Spain’s Costa Dorada is an excellent Mediterranean gateway to the Balearics and beyond. Owned and operated by UK company MDL Marinas, it opened with 840 berths; some at fixed docks but most at a Walcon timberdecked floating pontoon system. Update to 2020: Sant Carles Marina offers up to 1,150 berths to 33m (108ft). • A new 780-berth marina, built to replace a mooring field for 210 boats, opened on the Côte d’Armor, Brittany, France in early 2010. Marina Saint- Cast-le-Guildo was built by Poralu Marine and its success led to the company securing a similar contract for the port of Roscoff; completed in 2012. Update to 2020: The marina has 850 berths, 180 swing moorings and 55 visitor berths. • Completed by summer 2009 with 250 berths and full onshore facilities, Portland Marina in Dorset, England was the largest single marina to be built in the UK for 15 years. Commissioned by marina operator Dean and Reddyhoff and with water-based elements built and installed by Walcon Marine, it was constructed to provide much-needed local berths and also as a sailing events venue for the London 2012 Olympics. The marina also has a covered drystack. Update to 2020: Walcon is currently working on a five-pier extension that will add almost 300 extra berths. • The relatively undiscovered Karpaz Peninsula in northern Cyprus received an injection of nautical tourist appeal in 2011 when the region’s first modern marina – Karpaz Gate – opened with 300 berths for vessels up to 55m (180ft) and the best repair and refit facilities in the TRNC. • Although already in operation with fixed pontoons as a small boat harbour 30 – September/October 2020

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