Camper & Nichsolsons Marinas is delighted to share a recent article in highly esteemed luxury publication 'How To Spend It', generously featuring 3 marinas within the Camper & Nicholsons Marinas network.
Lisa Freedman reports on the number of bigger boats being on the rise, along with yacht sales and that the word 'marina' means so much more than a harbour, where owners of superyachts require much more than a reliable fuel dock and technicians, "what's on land must be a mirror of what's onboard..."
The article continues to describe the development of superyacht destination Limassol Marina located in Cyprus. The marina development, to which Camper & Nicholsons Marinas is very familiar, is a successful model in combining the latest luxury living with an immaculately run harbour. Limassol Marina is operated and managed by Francoudi & Stephanou Marinas in partnership with Camper & Nicholsons Marinas.
Andreas Christodoulides, CEO of Limassol Marina comments, “Cyprus is a key route to the Middle East and large yachts crossing between the western and eastern Med used to have nowhere to stop. Those looking to explore need a berth.”
The article continues to mention Grand Harbour Marina in Malta, owned by Camper & Nichsolsons Marinas, who are restructuring the marina to welcome yachts up to 130 metres. Palmarina in Bodrum in Turkey, an exclusive 1782 member of the Camper & Nichsolons Marina network, is mentioned as being completely rebuilt to provide 98 berths for yachts measuring more than 30 metres.
To read the full article in the FT How to Spend It magazine, click here.