Two marinas to open in the Maldives

Nov 29, 2018 by Triton Staff

The Marina at Crossroads and Hulhumalé Yacht Marina will soon offer services to yachts in the Maldives, according to Mohamed Hameed, director of Asia Pacific Superyachts.

“The Hulhumalé Yacht Marina plan is good news for future visiting vessels, as the marina will service 300 yachts and provide numerous attractions and benefits,” Hameed stated.

Hulhumalé Yacht Marina, set to open in 2020.

Hulhumalé Yacht Marina, set to open in 2020 on the western side of Hulhumalé Island, will feature retail shops, watersports, restaurants and bars, and a yacht club with dry berth facilities and boating dock.

The marina is designed to provide services for cruise ships, superyachts and other pleasure craft, and to serve as home port for most of the marine safari services operating in the Maldives.

The Marina at Crossroads is designed to accommodate the yachts of guests at Crossroads at Singha Estate, a destination set to open in early 2019 at Emboodhoo Lagoon.

Crossroads Maldives will ultimately comprise nine islands, eight hotels and resorts, and a retail space of more than 11,000 square meters, equipped with hotel guests’ private arrival jetties and inter-island water transportation.