Mulpha is expanding the Sanctuary Cove Marina in response to berthing demand for premium recreational vessels from 50 feet up to Superyachts larger than 180 feet in length.
Following an $8.31million investment, the new development will take the Sanctuary Cove marina capacity from 237 to 303 vessels. And in a first for the Australian recreational marina industry, the new marina will include covered berths. This 6-star offering will provide premier marina berthing complemented by unparalleled customer service, facilities and amenities.
Marina General Manger, Steve Sammes said “The new facility will be a ‘signature project’, setting a new benchmark in marina design and facilities in Australia.
“Marina facilities have direct access to the Sanctuary Cove retail Village, home to one of the best dining and retail destinations on the Gold Coast, the five-star InterContinental Sanctuary Cove Resort, two championship golf courses, and the Sanctuary Cove Country club offering an outstanding range of gym, massage, pilates and fitness services, all at the fingertips of our berth holders.”
As Mr Sammes explained “‘Admiral Club Membership’ has a host of benefits and privileges together with Intercontinental Hotel Sanctuary Cove concierge services, including valet vehicle parking, golf buggy transfer from the hotel reception onto the marina piers, room service for on board meals and even laundry pick up and return.”
Mulpha has been encouraged by the continued growth of the Gold Coast marine industry. Recent announcements such as the multi-million-dollar private investment in the refit and maintenance facilities in the adjacent Coomera Marine Precinct and the Queensland government’s commitment to long-term dredging of the Coomera River demonstrate the industry’s commitment to making the Northern Gold Coast the premium boating destination in the region.
Boat brands who call Sanctuary Cove home include Princess, Horizon, Maritimo, Integrity, Whitehaven, Hurricane, Fairline, Alaska and Hampton Yachts.
The marina expansion is due for completion prior to the 2020 Sanctuary Cove International Boat show, 21 to 24 May.