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Medana Bay Marina adds Roodberg HBC38 hydraulic haul out trailer to its service facilities

by Medana Bay Marina 23 Dec 2018 22:27 PST
38-tonne and 2m draft haul out hydraulic trailer at Medana Bay Marina, Lombok, Indonesia. © Greg Butchart

Medana Bay Marina is proud to announce that they are the first marina with a yacht haul out facility in Indonesia. The Dutch manufactured Roodberg HBC38 hydraulic haul out trailer with 38-tonne and 2m draft capacity, is the first of its kind in Indonesia.

Prior to Medana Bay becoming operational, there were no marinas with a facility for keeled yachts to be hauled out between Darwin and Singapore.

With the addition of this new facility, yachts will now be able to undergo a variety of maintenance works, including painting, body works, repairs and hard stand docking. So far we have successfully hauled out two monohulls in December. Medana Bay Marina is ready and excited to welcome more yachts for haul out.

Hosting the Sail Indonesia Rally since 2009, the marina is fully equipped to provide all yachting services and mooring facilities. In addition to a slipway, and haul out facility, the marina also has 15 moorings, six serviced berths with metered water and electricity. Services such as refuelling, boat cleaning, boat repairs, LPG refills, and long term mooring facilities are also available.

Medana themselves added, "The Marina also includes a beautiful hotel, beach side restaurant, and function hall, which are all available for an easy and comfortable stay. The family-run business, and the welcoming staff, is proud to boast family friendly service. You will be more than our guest, you will be our family.

For more information on how to book your boat to be hauled out call Soraya on +62 877 65 859 666, or email Medana Bay.

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