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DRYSTACK STORAGE (2) The greatest efficiency comes from standardisation of components. However, design and implementation can be adapted extensively depending upon the environment, position and shape of the shed. (3) The most recently built facilities, especially in Tigre County, not only achieve world-class standards but also incorporate ITC components that optimise the efficiency of the system. Highlight facilities Tifón Baigorria: This facility is expanding its capacity. It currently has more than 1,500 boats stored and incorporates a standard crane with two launchers. Despite being able to launch almost 400 boats per crane, when usage hits 40% on peak days there are some moments of congestion with the delay extending to a maximum of 45 minutes. Delta Marina: Another major project with more than 2,500 dry berths which, like Tifón Baigorria, is expanding according to demand. It has been designed as a modular system with all the necessary services in each module comprising two cranes (and four launchers). As each bridge crane is independent of the rest of the facility, management is much easier. Each crane holds 220 boats meaning that, even when peak use reaches approximately 40%, there are no resulting congestion problems. It is also worth noting that this marina has a very narrow access channel so the launchers have been designed to lift the boats sideways. Puerta Delta: This facility was faced with the issue of having a road crossing between the shed and the launching area. It was resolved by incorporating a floor crane and extending the crane rails crossing the road. This site utilises two sheds with a crane and two elevators per shed. This is the most common structure in the different drystacks in Argentina. The standard average of 250 boats per shed provides further insight into the number of boats for maximum profitable management. Marina del Norte: This marina offers a combination of drystack and wet berths. It consists of a drystack, with 700 berths, and a marina for sailboats and larger vessels. Together, these two facilities operate more than 1,200 berths from 6 to 30m (20 to 98ft) in little more than 9ha (22.2 acres) of mooring surface, increasing its performance dramatically. Boating in the Paraná Delta is extremely popular with young people. They arrive for a day’s boating or to have fun at jam-packed onboard parties. Puerto Ludueña: This structure utilises the standard format of two sheds with a crane in each. Of note in this structure is the vertical garden treatment to reduce its visual impact. In addition, it has also solved the public perimeter passage of the canal, which rises in front of the launching area, by building an elevated footbridge that permits the boats to cross under it. Lange: A new generation drystack where additional services have been added to support customers. These include services for the maintenance and care of boats as well as complementary offerings such as restaurants, dressing rooms and leisure areas. Visual impact has been reduced by interesting mirror-walled frontage. Marine Park: Marine Park is probably the leading facility in Argentina with the most advanced launching processes and all the necessary construction details. Once at the facility, you realise the advantages that the electric bridge crane offers. It is quiet, the site is spotless and tidy, and there is efficient use of space. E: alex.pares@portandshore.com 48 www.marinaworld.com - May/June 2019

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