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Ana Marina, Vietnam's nautical hub
DESTINATION Nha Trang, Vietnam
Ana Marina in Nha Trang on the south east coast of Vietnam, opened in 2020, is the country’s first full service marina and yacht club. It is developed not only to offer berths to locals and visitors and provide a new luxury destination for superyachts, but also to establish a nautical lifestyle hub.
Ana Marina is the first marina in Vietnam, providing sheltered berthing for up to 220 yachts. Developed, designed and built by a team of local developers and international experts, it sets the benchmark for marinas nationwide by meeting the strictest international marina standards.
AnaMarina offers a huge range of services and facilities for dinghies to super yachts. It will place Nha Trang, and indeed Vietnam, on the worldwide map as a new and luxury destination for yachting and nautical lifestyle hub.
Nha Trang is strategically located between Southeast Asia and Northern Asia, connecting with Hong Kong, Sanya, Singapore, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and more. The vision of the marina owner, Mr Dang Bao Hieu, is for the development to ‘pioneer’ the maritime and yachting tourism industry and elevate the standards and quality of tourism in an already popular coastal resort city.
The developer, Ana Marina Nha Trang Joint Stock Company, a member of Focus Vietnam Holdings– a professional developer in the Vietnamese travel and leisure industry
– turned to UK-based Camper & Nicholsons Marinas (C&NM) to provide the project feasibility and concept design; the development period design; general support services; commissioning; and operations and management support. With the help of other well-known consultants and engineers, including UK-based Marina Solutions International, the developers amassed information from extensive hydrological and bathymetric studies, precise surveys and severe weather implication studies. The result is a marina design that meets strict international standards and has an expected lifespan of at least 50 years.
Landside development is equally comprehensive and includes: an atrium as a central meeting place and captainerie; restaurants and club members’ lounge; swimming pool and children’s playground; yacht club bar and ballroom; gym and spa; sales offices; and boatyard with a 100 ton mobile boat hoist, slipway, drystack and workshops.
The marina is expecting to welcome a mix of local and overseas customers in a ratio of around 30:70 for the next five years. Around 30% of the ultimate 220 berths will be designated for superyachts. Superyachts can currently anchor in sheltered bays in the area.
Security is of no serious concern but full systems including CCTV, gate monitoring and regular dock patrols are in place. Although access to the marina is restricted to boat owners, club membership is available to local and overseas guests and the general