Designed by Camper & Nicholsons and situated on the southernmost Banshan peninsula of Sanya City, it’s well-protected from the dominant eastern winds. 325 full-service berths from 10-40 metres, depth from 5-8 metres, and 60 berths for visiting yachts.
The marina is protected by a 1,120-metre breakwater and has concrete main pontoons and aluminum fingers. Facilities include fuel station and pump-out systems for sewage and engine oils. There is 20,000 sqm of hardstand 3,500 sqm dry storage and repair yard, with a 100-ton tavelift with 11m wide limit.
There’s a private yacht club, cafés, restaurants, hotels, meeting and conference facilities, a shopping street, swimming pools, a sailing academy and a control tower that houses the marina services. This was the first marina in Asia-Pacific to be awarded ‘5 Gold Anchors’ Platinum accreditation by Marina Industries Association (MIA).
Serenity Marina has hosted two Volvo Ocean Races, the Youth World Sailing Championships and the Round Hainan Race. It’s also host to the Hong Kong-Hainan Race and is the current stopover for the Clipper Around the World Race.
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