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Asia-Pacific Superyachts (APS) has announced that a new 50 yacht marina is set to be built at Port Blair Harbour in the Andaman Islands.
Porto Montenegro, the marina firmly establishing itself as homeport of choice in the Central Mediterranean, returns from the Covid-19 disruption with an active calendar. Montenegro has recently re-opened its borders and removed quarantine periods for incoming yachts, and Porto Montenegro has much in store to keep yachting professionals entertained.
Spanish shipyard and marina Port Denia, after only a minor closure, is fully operational and ready to welcome yachts for the Mediterranean Summer season.
Development of a 163-metre berth at the Southport Yacht Club (SYC) is soon to be underway, with plans being finalised on what will become Australia’s largest superyacht berth. The move is seen as an important part of the Queensland government’s Superyacht Strategy, aimed at establishing the Australian state as a world superyacht hub by 2023.
Gold Coast City Marina (GCCM) has been awarded a perfect 100% score by the Marina Industries Association in a recent Clean Marina audit, a testament to the marina’s longstanding commitment to environmental sustainability.
As all corners of the industry adapt to the realities of COVID-19, Porto Montenegro has announced an innovative solution to create a safe environment while ensuring impacts of the virus on service are mitigated.