Vietnam’s first marina is scheduled to open for business in October 2019. With a final target up to 220 berths, phase 1 is expected to complete in October with 100 berths, 6-8 of those for superyachts up to 80 metres. Berths will be available for visiting yachts and about 15-20 berths may be allocated for liveaboards/houseboats.
All berths will be equipped with power and water supplies and will have access to pump-out stations for waste water. Safety and firefighting pedestals will be a feature of the pontoons. A fuel dock should be in place by the end of 2019, along with a planned 100-ton travel lift with 8-metre capability for cats.
On-shore facilities include several restaurants already in place, a swimming pool with surf/wave machine and a health and fitness centre. As the project progresses, it will feature a slipway, a boatyard with services for yacht repair and maintenance, a chandlery and convenience store and a yacht club.
Ana Marina is the best indication yet that Vietnam is opening up again, this time with serious intent, to cruising and charter yachts. For more information on the marina and the yachting scene generally, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. To see what the marina plans to do, visit www.anamarina.com.
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