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marina

an elaborate docking facility for pleasure boats

marina

[mə′rē·nə]
(civil engineering)
A harbor facility for small boats, yachts, and so on, where supplies, repairs, and various services are available.

Marina

“a piece of virtue.” [Br. Lit.: Pericles]
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"It will enable ONE15 Marina Sentosa Cove Singapore to be the epicenter of all boating activity," added Mr Teo.
Jannah Hotels & Resorts' portfolio also includes Jannah Burj Al Sarab -- Abu Dhabi with 224 rooms and 94 suites, Jannah Marina Bay Suites -- Dubai Marina with 115 hotel apartments, Jannah Place Dubai Marina -- Dubai Marina with 133 hotel apartments and Jannah Resort & Villas Ras Al Khaimah with 100 hotel apartments and 24 villas.
In unity with its valued stakeholders, Marina continues to build a better nation for the Filipino people through an empowered maritime industry.
Royal Quays Marina, North Shields, is run by Quay Marinas, which will merge with Dean & Reddyhoff
Additionally, D-Marin Dubai says it will manage and operate future marinas being developed by Meraas and Dubai Holding, as well by third parties.
As a result of the joint venture, D-Marin has expanded its marina network to reach 14 marinas in five countries.
He said: "Ayia Napa Marina is a unique project, not just for Cyprus but for the whole of Europe, with innovative technology used for the construction of both the marina and other areas on the ground."
Daus was introduced to Fremarobi officials by a former Marina printing clerk, Jhavee Dizon.
Marina's father forced her to take poison on gun point and locked her in her room.
Police took action on registered case and arrested Marina's father and grandfather.
474 which created the Marina to prepare a maritime industry development plan addressing all the key concerns of the local maritime sector, according to Marina Planning and Policy Service (PPS) Director Emmanuel Carpio.