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The turquoise coastline of the East Mediterranean has an enduring year-round appeal. Its picture-perfect coastline is brimming with white sand beaches, kaleidoscopic coastal towns and a treasure trove of hidden coves and beaches, while enjoying much more favourable climates year-round than its Western counterpart. We put together a tour of the East Mediterranean in luxury superyacht marina villages, including all of the must-see berthing spots along this glamorous cruising route.
Cyprus is quickly becoming a sought-after superyacht destination, and that new activity is focussed on the rapidly-expanding Limassol Marina. With a new office in the heart of the marina, we speak to Stelios Kazamia, Director of Hill Robinson Cyprus, about the growing attraction of the island and the opportunities created by the uncertainty of Brexit.
The Peninsula Villas, Limassol Marina’s exclusive waterside residences, have reached completion, with the first residents now able to take advantage of the lifestyle offered by the unique location.
Limassol Marina’s official opening took place this month in the company of the President of the Republic of Cyprus, Mr Nicos Anastasiades.
The Minister of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism, Mr Yiorgos Lakkotrypis, visited Limassol Marina on Thursday the 25th of July, accompanied by members of the Steering Committee for Marinas. During the visit, they were greeted by Limassol Marina Ltd’s Chairman and members of the Board of Directors who briefed them on the delivery of the apartments, the arrival of the first yachts and the completion of the Harbour Master offices.
Limassol Marina has welcomed its first residents with the turn of the year. The delivery of the 94 luxury apartments and penthouses at Nereids Residences marks the beginning of the project’s first operational year.
The re-development of Limassol Marina, located on the island of Cyprus in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea, into a world class superyacht destination is continuing at pace, with the first yachts and residents expected to be welcomed by the end of the year.