UDC unit opens 2nd marina at Pearl-Qatar
Doha, October 27, 2013
Ronautica Middle East (RME), a wholly-owned subsidiary of United Development Company (UDC), has opened a second marina at The Pearl-Qatar to cope with their increased demand for berths and to enhance customer service.
The newly opened Costa Malaz Marina is situated close to the Qanat Quartier district on the northern shore of The Pearl–Qatar, offering quick and easy access to the cruising waters north of Doha. There has been keen interest in the new location from local yacht owners, with a total of 117 berths for yachts from just under 10-mtere to 15-mtere newly available.
All the berths are fully serviced with water and shore power supplies, a statement said.
This newly presented marina benefits from all the same high quality infrastructure as the existing Porto Arabia Marina with 24 hour security, a private fuel pontoon for berth holders, ample parking space, experienced dock hands to assist in mooring and wide, solid and safe pontoons.
“We are happy to be able to expand on the quality service we offer yacht owners of Qatar with our second marina, Costa Malaz,” Steve Stiglbauer, general manager of RME, said.
“As the appetite for the enjoyment of boating grows in Qatar, the marinas of The Pearl-Qatar offer the perfect place to moor yachts, with great marina infrastructure and services blending effortlessly with the varied retail and culinary delights offered on the Island.”
In addition to the Porto Arabia and now Costa Malaz marinas, Ronautica also looks after Doha’s only Water Taxi -Shuttle Service, operating within Porto Arabia, offers a luxury 40-foot yacht available for charter throughout the year and will inaugurate further marinas on The Pearl – Qatar in the future, the statement said. – TradeArabia News Service
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