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PRODUCTS & SERVICES Index to Advertisers ASAR/GCM Safe Harbour Drystacks, USA 25 Bellingham Marine, USA 7, 9 & 11 Bluewater Marine & Dock, USA 30 CMI/Gaterdock/Lumberock, USA 48 Capria, Argentina 40 Conolift by Kropf Industrial, Canada 34 Dual Docker, Austria 34 Dura Composites, UK 37 Eaton Marina Power & Lighting, USA 30 Flovac, Spain 44 GH Cranes & Components, Spain 56 Gigieffe, Italy 32 Golden Manufacturing, USA 16 Hazelett Marine, USA 44 ICOMIA World Marina Conference, Dubai 55 Ingemar, Italy 12 Inmare, Italy 44 Lindley, Portugal 51 Livart Marine, China 52 Marex, Croatia 40 Marina Frapa, Croatia 8 Marina Master by IRM, Slovenia 50 Marina Projects, UK 10 MARINAGo by Scribble Software, USA 40 Marinetek, Finland 4 Martini Alfredo, Italy 38 METSTRADE 2021, Netherlands 18 PierPump by Vogelsang, Germany 24 Ronautica, Spain 47 Roodberg - a brand of Frisian Industries, Netherlands 53 SF Marina System, Sweden 2 Seaflex, Sweden 6 Seijsener, Netherlands 50, USA 48 Superior Group, Australia 50 Swedeship Sublift, Sweden 48 ThruFlow, Canada 38 Twinwood by Soprefa, Portugal 52 Walcon Marine, UK 32 Wiggins Lift Co Sponsored Feature 14 & 15 Berths complete at Sanctuary Cove Superior Jetties has progressed its work on new marina berths at the Sanctuary Cove Resort on Australia’s Gold Coast. The company’s concrete Elite system, featuring a marine grade aluminium waler, concrete decking and rotomoulded PE accessories, was used for the latest piers. The heavy duty gangways are designed for cart access from the valet parking right to the vessel. The entire precinct is secured with a glass security door system. The AU million redevelopment by parent company Mulpha commenced in late 2019 with the addition of 61 new berths including a dedicated superyacht arm catering for vessels over 50m (164ft). The covered marina berths – the most dramatic feature of the build and a first for the Australian recreational marine industry – are nearly complete and will accommodate vessels with an air draft of up to 15m (49ft). Superior Jetties CEO, John Hogan, is certain that visitors will be suitably impressed with the results of the new structure. “This state-of-theart technology provides yet another reason for boat owners and guests to visit Sanctuary Cove,” he said. “With the additional berths now complete and many now offering cover from the elements, there has never been a better time to stop at this world class marina.” Assembly and construction of the steel framework for the covers was completed offsite before being transported by barge across the harbour and installed in pieces. The pile design had to accommodate the additional loads of the roof structure some 15m (49ft) above. The challenge was to fabricate a strong yet sealed bolted connection between the top of pile and the roof columns. The commercial grade fabric used to cover the berths is Serge Ferrari Précontraint, a pre-stressed material which offers a thicker protective coating, high tenacity polyester yarn and equal tension warp and weft. This results in a superior product offering that is lightweight, highly durable in all weathers and offers solar protection to the vessels. The shade structure for G Arm was completed in April 2021 and construction started on H and I Arms after the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show ended in May. The innovative covered berths allow for a new product to be introduced to the market where the vessels have shade, yet also a room and concierge service from the onsite Intercontinental Hotel. The Marina expansion forms part of an ongoing long term investment programme to continue to enhance Sanctuary Cove facilities for the benefit of all stakeholders, including guests, residents and tenants. 54 – July/August 2021

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