Camper & Nicholsons Marinas has added two marinas to its 1782 Club network southern Europe: Palmarina in Bodrum, Turkey, and Dukley Marina in Montenegro’s historic town of Budva.
Palmarina, previously known as Port Bodrum Yalikavak Marina, offers year-round berthing for superyachts up to 100m. It has more than 60 berths for yachts of 40m and above, as well as haul-out facilities up to 260 tons and a boatyard. Amenities include a heliport, duty-free shopping, Billionaire Club, a fitness center and a beach club.
Dukley Marina is the first marina upon entering the Adriatic from the Ionian, with the 15th century island of Sveti Stefan 3 miles away. The marina is scheduled to undergo a major redevelopment to include a breakwater and a 60 percent increase in its 330 berths. The investment objective is to position Dukley as one of the most sophisticated marinas in the Mediterranean, according to a news release. The plans include high-end marina services, retail, restaurants, hospitality and residential, as well as green zones and public spaces.
The 1782 Club was established in January 2014 as a group of independently owned and operated marinas partnering with C&N Marinas to form a strategic chain of high-end facilities throughout popular and emerging yachting regions worldwide. Other marinas are located in Grenada, Italy, Malta, Cyprus, Turkey and Abu Dhabi.