The latest news from around the world on marina projects and issues, infrastructure development, companies active in this sector, and more.
While downgraded on Tuesday back to a Tropical Storm, Isaias defied predictions, regaining strength before coming ashore overnight as a Category 1 Hurricane near the North/South Carolina border. The storm is working its way up the Eastern seaboard leaving destruction in its wake.
New standard emphasises group action to initiate anti-virus protocols
A new private island resort called Montage Cay is currently under development in the Bahamas with completion set for 2023. The new destination will include a 46-berth marina able to accommodate yachts up to 33.5m (110ft) into Montage Cay.
New research by Australia’s Marina Industries Association (MIA) shows that the country’s marinas suffered a revenue drop of some A$48m over the three-month period March-May 2020. Additionally, the research highlights that marinas in Queensland and Victoria were the hardest hit and that club marinas were the most negatively impacted, followed ...
Phase I of the refurbishment of Lantau Yacht Club (LYC) Marina is scheduled for completion this month, making it the first new marina to open in Hong Kong in more than a decade. The entire marina is expected to be fully operational by the fourth quarter of 2020.
The Kassiopi project will include a 60-berth marina
The facilities at Sant‘Andrea have an initial asking price of €3.43m
Australia’s Marina Industries Association (MIA) has accredited Dubai Marina Yacht Club with two new standards that emphasise its environmental status. The two awards are the International Clean Marina standard and its Fish Friendly accreditation, the first marina in the UAE to gain this award.
Plans are underway to develop a new 50-berth marina at Port Blair, the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the Bay of Bengal.
French marina developer Poralu Marine has strengthened its worldwide presence with a new sales office in Mexico. Located in Cancun, the new office is designed to “meet the growing needs of a continent with strong development potential,” says the company in a statement.