Andrew Farkas’s IGY Marinas is partnering with P&O Marinas, a subsidiary of Dubai port operator DP World, on a superyacht project in the south of France.
Under the partnership, IGY will provide a global network of commercial and tourist services while P&O Marinas will provide the technical and crew support.
The project will be located in Sète. Upon completion, the marina will accommodate 12 superyacht berths for vessels of up to 328 feet in length with a maximum draft of 23 feet. Other features of the project include electrical facilities, fuel service arrangements, in-slip grey and black water pump-out, high level security, and Wi-Fi.
Those docking at the marina will also have access to the world’s largest vessel support network, the IGY Anchor Club Strategic Partners, which offers a range of services from provisioning, crew training, full range insurance to emergency health services, and more.
Sète is known as the “Little Venice” of France and is located near Montpellier, the Côte d’Azur, and the Balearic Islands. It is an official Port of Entry, and is fully compliant with the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code. The project will also provide yachters with easy access to surrounding restaurants and shops.
The project is set to start construction at the end of this year.
Founded by Andrew Farkas in 2005, IGY continues to be a global leader in the yachting industry. IGY is one of the largest marina companies in the world, with a network of 17 marinas operating in 8 countries. IGY’s 300 slips accommodating vessels over 80 feet in length service more than 1,000 superyachts per year.Read More