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Case Study – Grand Harbour Marina

A complete renewal of a derelict waterfront in a historical setting

Situated in Malta, long considered a major maritime crossroads, Grand Harbour Marina was one of the Mediterranean’s largest purpose-built superyacht marinas when it opened in 2002. It offers 50 berths for yachts of 25 to 100 metres LOA, 225 pontoon berths and additional moorings for locally owned craft.

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Added value:
  • A true urban renewal scheme with the transformation of derelict commercial quays into pleasant waterfront promenades
  • Increased berthing tariffs by an average 13% per annum since 2005
  • An uplift to local property values
  • Best utilisation of available water area
  • Luxury facilities developed in and around the marina
  • Berth design centred around providing maximum operational flexibility
  • Proud host marina to the Rolex Middle Sea Race, and Trophée Bailli de Suffren
Capital cost and financial implications:
  • Repair and embellishment of existing quaysides (former naval base)
  • Use of flexible pontoon moorings, otherwise reducing piling cost in deep water
  • Ability to create additional berths, at reduced cost

For a list of our current and recent marina planning, design, consultancy, development projects around the world, click here.

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