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EASTERN DELIGHTS


If you’re thinking of heading to the Eastern Med this summer season take time to visit one of these full service marinas


KARPAZ GATE MARINA NORTH CYPRUS


35°33.5’N/34°13.6’E Max length 65m Max draft 5.5m


VHF 10/16 Tel +90 0533 833 7878 www.karpazbay.com


As the 2017 TYHA International Marina of the Year, Karpaz Gate Marina in North Cyprus is the perfect home for exploring the Mediterranean. This 5 Gold Anchor-rated marina is located in one of the most untouched corners of the Eastern Mediterranean offering a safe and peaceful haven at excellent berthing rates. Karpaz Gate Marina has easy access to one of the highest standard boatyard facilities in North Cyprus, including a 300-ton capacity travel lift. Furthermore, the marina features a range of exceptional leisure facilities including a Beach Club with infinity pool and watersports centre. The marina welcomes visitors with tax-free short-term rates, winter and annual berthing packages which include free anti-fouling. Karpaz Gate is an official Port of Entry, serving as a convenient starting point to discover the stunning coastline of Northern Cyprus, sail to the southern Turkish coastline or head towards the Greek Islands. Cyprus is perfect as a long-term base or as a cruising destination.


LIMASSOL MARINA CYPRUS


34°40.0’N/33°02.4’E Max length 110m Max draft 9m


VHF 12 Tel +357 25 02 00 20 www.limassolmarina.com


Limassol Marina is an exciting new destination for living and yachting in Cyprus. Located in the heart of a vibrant city, it is surrounded by a rich history and a diverse international community. It offers 650 berths for yachts up to 110m, 211 luxury apartments and 74 exclusive villas, with private berths or direct access to the beach. It also benefits from its own beach, dining and shopping establishments, spa and fitness facilities. A milestone project for Cyprus, and its first superyacht marina, it has already established itself as one of the most attractive and unique projects across Europe. The ‘main man’ in Limassol Marina is Andreas Christodoulides and his second-in-command is Tom Lord, Assistant Marina Manager, who is supported by a tireless group of Marina Supervisors and Attendants ensuring the smooth running of all operations. In addition to the luxury marina berths Limassol Marina has a boatyard for light repairs and maintenance, with a 100-ton travel lift and hard standing for up to 100 boats. It is also 1NM away from a 5,000-ton capacity floating dry dock facility.


56 | SUMMER 2017 | ONBOARD


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