In this article we present 5 marinas, from Italy to Bermuda, from Dubai to Greece, which will be completed in the coming years. Five new ideas for your cruises…
Cala dell’Acqua, Ponza, Italy
Cala dell’Acqua is located on the north-west part of the Island, roughly 6 km far from the town of Ponza, close to the inhabited of Le Forna. The project insists on an area o roughly 122.590 sq.mt., of which roughly 94.700 sq.mt. as water surface and roughly 27.890 sq.mt. of docks, floating pears and large squares, and includes 454 berths.
Dubai Harbour, Dubai
Located alongside world-renowned Palm Island, a 135 metre lighthouse will sit at the ocean end of Dubai Harbour and will offer 360 degree views from the observation deck. This marina will feature 1,400 berths for vessels up to 85 metres. The 1,858,060 square metre development will also offer a retail space, events arena, yacht club and a number of residences.
Ayia Napa Marina, Cyprus
Work is underway on a new £190 million superyacht marina complex in Ayia Napa, Cyprus. The new 600 berth marina is scheduled for completion in 2021.
Miraggio Thermal Spa Resort, Halkidiki, Greece
Located on the east coast of Kassandra, Halkidiki, it will can accommodate superyachts up to 40 metres. Designers focused on boosting water circulation to minimise bacteria development to help prevent damage to yachts’ hulls.
Caroline Bay, Bermuda
The marina will be able to host yachts up to 90 metres and will have 30 berths for superyachts over 30 metres, as well as 80 berths for smaller vessels from six to 24.3 metres.