This marina is located in the Xiangshan sheltered dock in the east of Xiamen Island, opposite of the Xiamen International Convention Center. The development covers a total sea area of 70,000 sqm with 230,000 sqm of reclamation. Phase I, which features 700 berths, makes it one of the biggest marinas in Asia, providing technical support and yacht maintenance.
The yacht club provides a bar, restaurant and banquet hall, fitness, leisure and entertainment facilities, and business center services. Phase II of the development include a luxury cruise ship terminal, a luxury hotel, office building and shopping mall.
No contact details were available at the time of posting and we were not able to verify the information above. We have included this marina as, if still operating, it is by all accounts spectacular.
This section covers Zhejiang, China’s southern province, which encompasses a rural interior and urban centres along the East China Sea. Hangzhou, its capital, is the site of picturesque West Lake.
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