Showing entries posted in Asia
Simon Arrol discusses why sheer population numbers have forced many international commentators to take notice of the growing importance of the Indian yachting market.
Simon Arrol discusses issues concerning the progress of Marinas within India. The advantage to the local economy and the growing need for marina development in India.
Sea-Lift operations have begun at Marina Island Pangkor in Malaysia. Read on for more photos and reactions.
The first Sea-Lift in South East Asia has been commissioned at Marina Island Pangkor in the state of Perak, Malaysia.
Join us in Singapore April 15-18 for Boat Asia 2010. Sea-Lift will exhibit at Booth 343.
Sea-Lift bound for warmer destinations at Marina Island Pangkor, Malaysia.
KMI Sea-Lift is proud to announce new partnerships with multiple marinas worldwide.
Port Dubrovka, located on the Neva River near St. Petersburg, Russian Federation; will soon complete commissioning of the first Sea-Lift to be utilized in Eastern Europe. A Model 45-Adjustable Sea-Lift will also be delivered in October to Lions Gate Marina, located in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Production is now underway of Model 45-Adjustable Sea-Lifts destined for the most progressive marinas in South East Asia and Australia. Located in the jewels of Perak, Malaysia; Marina Pangkor will begin utilization of a Sea-Lift in January 2010. January will also see Gold Coast Marine Centre, Located on Australia's renowned Gold Coast; vastly enhance their current operations with the multiple benefits a Sea-Lift provides.
KMI Sea-Lift is also extremely excited to announce a partnership with St. Maarten Shipyard in the Caribbean to produce what will be the world's largest capacity Sea-Lift, a Model 75-Adjustable. This Sea-Lift will be capable of safely handling vessels up to 150,000 pounds and up to 85 feet in length. Delivery is slated for the 2nd quarter of 2010.