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Island-city development in Maldives includes yacht marina

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Developments from the Maldives of the new Hulhumalé Yacht Marina continues, according to Asia Pacific Superyachts Maldives Director Mohamed Hameed. Hameed said the marina will service 300 yachts and provide numerous attractions and benefits for arriving yachts.

Hulhumalé Island lies 8km off the northeast coast of Malè, the capital of Maldives. Managed by the government-owned Housing Development Corp. (HDC), the city broke ground in 1997 with a total land area of 432 hectares and is now home to more than 40,000 residents.

Hulhumalé Yacht Marina

The Hulhumalé Yacht Marina will offer water sports facilities, retail shops, a yacht club that includes exhibition space, and dry berth facilities.

“The new Hulhumalé Yacht Marina will be of enormous benefit to visiting superyachts and yachts,” Hameed stated in a company news release. “In the meantime, we have some wonderful itineraries and special anchorages to share with captains and owners now.”

For more information, visit asia-pacific-superyachts.com.

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