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Lantau Yacht Club marina refurbishment works

by Lantau Yacht Club 11 Mar 20:01 PDT
Lantau Yacht Club marina refurbishment. Under way and on track. © Lantau Yacht Club

Hong Kong Resort Company Limited is pleased to update that refurbishment works for the Lantau Yacht Club ("LYC") Marina is well under way. Phase 1 of the works, which covers about half of the Marina area and the Marina Office, is progressing as planned and is targeted to open in the second half of 2020.

The new LYC Marina is designed to cater for the local marine leisure community as well as local and regional superyacht market. Upon completion, it will provide about 150 berths and it will be the first marina in Hong Kong capable of accommodating yachts up to 100 metres in length.

The LYC Marina is anticipated to meet the ever-increasing demand for superyacht berths in Asia. It is built according to the highest international standard in terms of structural safety and building services provisions. Marina Projects UK, one of the world's leading marina consultants, is appointed to advise on the overall design planning and technical provisions for the project.

LYC started operations in 1989 as Discovery Bay Marina Club, and has been closed for a major renovation since 2019. The new marina is scheduled to reopen in the second half of 2020 with a brand-new design, modern technology and superyacht berths to meet the needs of Hong Kong's growing sailing and pleasure boating community.

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