Established in 2003, it was one of the earliest companies involved in the yachting industry in China. Located on the Huangpu River, the marina provides berthing and marina support facilities for members and visiting international yachts, including a dry dock with 100-ton crane. Yacht services include yacht parking, berth lease management, maintenance and personnel training.
This section covers Shandong, China’s eastern province on the Yellow Sea, known for its Taoist and Confusian heritage. Taishan Mountain is one of China’s most sacred peaks. Shandong is one of China’s most populated and most affluent provinces.
Qingdao, a major city in the east of Shandong Province on China’s Yellow Sea coast is a major sea port and naval base. It’s home to the Jiaozhou Bay Bridge, the world’s longest sea bridge. During the 2008 Summer Olympics, Qingdao was the host city for the Olympic Sailing competitions, which were held in Fushan Bay. As a result, Qingdao has a two world class marinas and yacht clubs.
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