Creating a new leisure hub on the Dubai waterfront
Left & below: CGI views of Dubai Harbour, a dramatic four-marina lifestyle hub located between Jumeirah Beach Residences and Palm Jumeirah.
Dubai Harbour, which comprises a 1,068 berth complex split over four separate marinas, a cruise ship terminal, residential towers and unique entertainment venues, is all set to become a key maritime leisure hub and a significant feature of the Dubai waterfront. The project is in build, with a view to completion in time for Dubai’s Expo 2020. Camper & Nicholsons Marinas (C&N) has been involved in the Dubai Harbour project since early 2018, creating and designing the marinas that are key to the development.
Located at Mina Seyahi between Jumeirah Beach Residences and Palm Jumeirah, Dubai Harbour covers an area in excess of 459 acres (185ha) and is accessible by land, sea and air. It is being developed by a Meraas and Dubai Holding partnership. A joint venture was established in mid-November last year with D-Marin for marina operations (see World News).
C&N has been closely involved in designing all four marinas – Harbour Marina (detailed design contract awarded in May 2018 and delivered in August 2018 – 566 berths); Bay Marina (detailed design package delivered in November 2018 – 192 berths including over 50 berths up to 160m/525ft); Palm View Marina (37 berths) and Cruise Marina (273 berths) where detailed design work continues.
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