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global overview 2018 vessels up to 25m (82ft). Due to be fully operational in 2021, it will be the first dedicated leisure marina on the attractive Protaras coastline and will benefit and support the growth of nautical tourism in the region. And TERNA SA was awarded the €164 million second phase construction contract for the luxury development in Ayia Napa Marina. TERNA is building the first phase, which includes a marina with 600 berths, all marine works, infrastructure and building facilities. Phase one of the project is expected to be handed over this summer. Croatia was a hive of activity. Marinetek Adriatic completed public boat harbour Batala Marina in two phases. Offering around 500 berths, the facility is part of an urban development plan to revitalise the coastline of Gruz Harbour. An important City project, Batala embodies the County Port Authority’s vision for meeting the berthing demands of local boat owners, many of whom have tied up at swing moorings for years. Marinetek Adriatic also completed a full re-build of Marina Agana, its 100th project to date. Situated halfway between Split and Sibenik in a sheltered bay in the picturesque village of Marina, the completed marina offers 134 berths for vessels up to 25m (82ft). The company also signed a contract for a third phase of pontoon and breakwater installation at Marina Trogir in central Dalmatia. The first phase comprised construction and installation of eight breakwater sections to berth 50 charter vessels. In the middle of the year, representatives of the Turkish Dogus Group and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EMRD) met with Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic to discuss a marina investment plan. EBRD, CGI of Marasi Bay at night highlights the range of berth sizes and public spaces. which has invested €70 million in purchasing a 25% stake in Dogus group company D-Marin, is jointly supporting the development of marinas in Croatia, Turkey and Greece. The investment discussed at the meeting aims to support further development of nautical tourism through the opening of new marinas and by increasing the efficiency of existing facilities. In Montenegro, Ingemar was set to build two new marinas that will form the Lustica Bay tourist resort in the Bay of Kotor, Montenegro. The main marina will accommodate around 180 boats up to 35m (114ft) in length. The second facility, for smaller boats, has been designed with a modular layout so that it can rapidly be reconfigured according to the season and any specific berthing requirements. And Dogus Group company D-Marin took over management of Portonovi Marina. UK-based Marina Projects, which signed its 300th project in December 2018, announced its appointment as marina designer for the Manoel Island project in Malta. Working with Midi plc and architects Foster & Partners, the The operators of Alamitos Bay Marina, just south of Los Angeles in California, rebuilt slips in seven different basins. company will help to create one of the largest mixed-use developments in the Mediterranean. Middle East Work continued on Lagoon Marina in Ras Al Khaimah, located halfway between Dubai and the Musandam Peninsula in Oman. The 50-berth facility is one of the master plan elements of the first phase of development. In Bahrain, Poralu Marine and its Middle East partner, United Marine Trading, completed a luxurious 36-berth marina for the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Manama. As expected, developments abounded in Dubai. Master developer Nakheel invested AED15 million ( million) to increase boat mooring capacity on Palm Jumeirah, with two new marinas that will bring the total berths on the island to 600. The company is also building six marinas, at a cost of AED165 million ( million), at its waterfront master development Deira Islands. Between them, they will accommodate 614 vessels up to 60m (196ft). Dubai Properties launched the 157-berth Marasi Marina, the first of four marinas planned for the Marasi Business Bay project. The company also appointed ART Marine to operate its 60-berth marina at Culture Village. And Jebel Ali Resort contracted UKbased Walcon Marine to supply a complete package of marina walkways, finger pontoons and an access bridge to replace its 35-year-old, 60-berth facility. D-Marin signed an agreement with Meraas and Dubai Holding to manage and operate existing and future marinas at Port de la Mer, Dubai Harbour and Jumeirah Beach Hotel. Dubai Harbour, designed by Camper & Nicholsons Marinas, is currently in build. 8 - Suppliers & Services 2019/2020

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