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Limassol Marina Official Opening: Boosting the Competitiveness of the Cypriot Economy

Limassol Marina Official Opening: Boosting the Competitiveness of the Cypriot Economy

The official opening of Limassol Marina, perhaps the island’s most ambitious project to date, took place on June 19 with an official ceremony, in the presence of President Nicos Anastasiades.


“Limassol Marina is an incredibly unique development, one that is significantly boosting the competitiveness of the Cypriot economy, further improving its image, creating new job opportunities, upgrading the area of the historic centre of Limassol and offering an incentive for investments in the wider region,” said the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Limassol Marina Ltd, Marios E. Lantitis. 


“Limassol has now obtained a Marina of high standards,” he continued, “which compares very favourably with other marinas abroad, while being a point of reference for the wider Eastern Mediterranean region”.


Regarding the experience acquired during the design and implementation of the project, Lanitis also commented: “Our experience has revealed the necessity for a legislation that will enable the creation of a “one-stop-shop” service, which will manage such investments in an efficient way, avoiding bureaucratic procedures”.


Following Lanitis’ address, President Anastasiades and the shareholders of the project unveiled the inaugural plaque, marking the official opening of Limassol Marina.


Limassol Marina, a milestone project for Cyprus, has already changed the face of the town and has established itself as one of the most attractive and unique projects across Europe. 


Boasting a capacity of 650 berths, able to accommodate yachts between 8 and 115m, Limassol Marina is the first superyacht marina in Cyprus. 
It combines luxury apartments and exclusive villas with private berths or direct access to the beach. 


Sales of the residences are continuing at a “highly satisfactory pace,” according to spokespersons, and have so far exceeded €130 million.


The marina’s exclusive dining area includes restaurants such as Pyxida Fish Tavern, Wagamama, TGI Friday’s, Pizza Hut, KFC, Derlicious, Caffé Nero, Hobo Mediterraneo and Marina Cool Bar. 

 

The launch of the shopping, spa and fitness facilities will also follow, in several phases, over the course of the next month.

 

Having welcomed its first residents and yachts last year, the Limassol Marina is now accessible to both locals and tourists, in addition to its boat and property residents.

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