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.
Established in 2005 and located on the southern tip of the Sanya Peninsula, where two rivers meet, it’s well protected in all seasons.
It has 376 fully serviced pontoon berths for yachts up to 60 metres. Each pontoon has international standard water and electricity, including two for mega yachts up to 40-50 metres. The marina provides overnight stay and international standard comprehensive repair and maintenance services.
The clubhouse has restaurants, bar, banquet facilities, health club and spa. It’s one of the few members of “La Belle Classe Destinations” in China and recognised as one of the premier private clubs in South China.
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