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News: Limassol Marina’s Construction Work Gets Green Signal

March 17, 2010 by Superyacht News
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The government in Cypus has finally given a nod for resuming the construction work on Limassol Marina owing to the signing of an operating agreement with the owners of the Marina. Limassol Marina is an exceptional waterfront development situated on the islands south coast. It has been planned by a world-popular team of architects and engineers. This Marina will be launching its new yachts in autumn 2012 and will be costing at 350 million euros.

Camper & Nicholsons who have made this announcement along with Limassol Marina Ltd are working to make this project a success. The powerful Limassol Marina Ltd. includes a vast team of developers, construction firms and investors, whose invaluable knowledge and established recognition will be very precious for the project.

The Marina is likely to have a unique level of standard and service to the yachting in Cyprus. It will offer close to 1,000 berths from 8m to 70m, and will be able to house superyachts up to 100m. Every berth is equipped to have its own supply of fresh water and electricity, and cable TV, high-speed internet, telephone and wi-fi access. This also includes haul out and shore-side technical facilities.

Limassol Marina will also consist of a dry dock and workshops for the repair and refit work of light boat. Moreover, it will also encompass refueling and waste removal facilities. A wide array of residential properties on the island and peninsula of the marina will be able to draw huge advantages from dedicated berths so as to enter into the boat directly from the homes.

At a short distance from the Limassol, the people will have access to the ultimate modern marina protected by a new breakwater. This will consist of remarkable restaurants, villas and shops built to flawlessly match with the city’s traditional harbor, old town and medieval castle. This beautiful and highly advance marina is built to house almost every vessel – from the regular sailing yachts to the extremely advanced megayachts.

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