There are two fundamental questions that we ask at the start of any new yacht and superyacht marina project: Is this marina viable? And if it is viable, what should it look like?
The marina design development follows a well established process which involves a series of feedback and review loops. As facts are found, we question our assumptions, revise our marina designs and re-run financial models. And we repeat this process until robust conclusions can be drawn.
Case Study – St Katharine Docks
Flexible berth layout provides a maritime centre for international events based in London
Case Study – Port Louis Marina
Transformed a wreck-strewn lagoon into the south Caribbean’s finest marina
Case Study – Limassol Marina
Integrated a 520 berth marina with a shoreside commercial zone that redefined the city waterfront
Case Study – Grand Harbour Marina
A complete renewal of a derelict waterfront in a historical setting
Case Study – Dubai Harbour
Largest maritime and leisure hub in the Middle East designed by Camper & Nicholsons Marinas