New Maine marina under construction, to open in MayMar 5, 2019 by Dorie Cox
By Dorie Cox
Docks and wave attenuators are delivered and ready for installation at Fore Points Marina, according to Vanessa Pike, director of sales and marketing for the company. Formerly Portland Yacht Services, the property on Casco Bay in Portland, Maine, will be managed by IGY.
Under construction since November, the opening is scheduled for May, Pike said by phone in early March.
“Cianbro is installing the anchor blocks, all the wave attenuators are delivered and the interior docks are delivered,” Pike said. “Then we’ll install the fuel. The megayacht section will have about 12 berths.”
The marina will have 150 slips to accommodate boats between 25-545 feet in length with 25-foot depths.
For more visit www.forepointsmarina.com.
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