Cyprus M.E.C.I.T. briefed on progress of Ayia Napa Marina

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10 July, 2018

Cyprus M.E.C.I.T. briefed on progress of Ayia Napa Marina

The Cyprus Minister of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism, Yiorgos Lakkotrypis, accompanied by a large delegation of ministry technocrats and Ayia Napa Marina CEO, Stavros Caramondanis, visited the site of the flagship project on Monday July 9, and was briefed on the progress of construction work.

As witnessed by Lakkotrypis during his tour around the grounds, the main jetty is in the final stage of construction, while preparations for the erection of one of the two impressive towers to be built in Phase 2 are already underway. The two towers will feature 190 spacious, luxurious apartments, along with 29 luxury villas, coupled with select shops and restaurants.

During the minister’s informative visit, special emphasis was placed on the cutting-edge technology used in construction and the highly skilled labor that has been drawn upon. As Caramondanis emphasized: “The unique approach, the attention to detail, and highly specialized human resources are the foundations upon which the Ayia Napa Marina is built.” He added that the Ayia Napa Marina is a one-of-a-kind project in the whole of Europe, with pioneering technology used in the construction of the marina and other areas.”

Referring to the ongoing effort to attract foreign investors, Caramondanis noted that the project has already gained international fame, through a series of successful promotion campaigns, with high interest from prospective buyers and investors. He also revealed that 55% of the Eastern Tower has already been sold.

Lakkotrypis expressed his satisfaction with the progress of construction, with emphasis placed on upgrading the island’s tourism product by investing in nautical tourism, with the creation of marinas and berths like the Ayia Napa Marina all along the coastline of Cyprus, aimed at attracting year-round high-quality tourism.

“The infrastructure created will greatly contribute towards desired sustainable economic growth while creating new jobs,” the minister noted. Referring to the Ayia Napa Marina, Lakkotrypis recognized that it stands as a highly significant development in the Famagusta area, regarded among the most ambitious projects in Cyprus to date.

Ayia Napa Marina in Russia

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02 July, 2018

Ayia Napa Marina in Russia

The international campaign promoting and showcasing the Ayia Napa Marina continues with a series of successful events, attracting increased interest from global investors and buyers.

The Ayia Napa Marina project was recently presented at a specially designed exhibition venue in Moscow, attracting the visitors’ interest. At the same time, events took place in Moscow and St. Petersburg, for a select circle of Russian investors, targeting Russian and international markets.

At a press conference held at Mosow’s Baccarat Cristal Room Restaurant, recent marina developments were presented by Stavros Caramondanis, CEO of the Ayia Napa Marina, and Deputy CEO, Haris Koureas. The event was attended by entrepreneurs as well as representatives from the biggest media houses in the country, who were informed about the project; a 250-million-euro investment in Ayia Napa, a unique and well-promoted tourist area in Cyprus.

During the press conference, Mr. Caramondanis emphasized that the distinct approach, the great attention to detail and the specialized human resources drawn up to bring the work to life constitute the basis of the success of the Ayia Napa Marina.

“The Ayia Napa Marina is unique in the whole of Europe, with pioneering technology used both for the construction of the marina and its living spaces, including the towers,” said Mr. Caramondanis.

With regards to the Russian market, Deputy CEO, Mr. Koureas, pointed out: “We have taken the Russian market into account very seriously as we have witnessed increased interest in our project. This is confirmed by specific figures. To date, 33% of Ayia Napa Marina sales are attributed to Russian customers.”

Another event, held in St Petersburg on June 18th, saw the project presented at Flying Dutchman, the famous floating restaurant on the banks of the Neva, attended by head of the Ayia Napa Marina Board of Directors, Mr. Naguib Sawiris, CEO of the company, Mr. Stavros Caramondanis, members of the Diplomatic Mission of Cyprus – headed by Consul General of Cyprus, Mr. Demetris Assos – and select guests from the Russian business world.

At the cocktail party that followed, honorary guests and clients of the Ayia Napa Marina enjoyed Cypriot hospitality and were further informed about the development of the stunning project, combining love for the sea with luxurious living and the ultimate amenities for boats and nautical tourism.

Ayia Napa Marina in Hermes Airports’ Welcome Magazine...

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02 July, 2018

Ayia Napa Marina in Hermes Airports’ Welcome Magazine

Ayia Napa Marina was featured in the first issue of the Welcome Magazine by Hermes Airports. Mr. Stavros Caramondanis, CEO, visited the project with the magazine’s representatives and presented the project, as well as informed them about the progress and construction innovations that will be implemented in Ayia Napa Marina.

See the feature in the pictures below.

 

 

Construction Progress Update June 2018

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30 June, 2018

Construction Progress Update June 2018

The volume of works has increased since the last update, while construction is kept within the time schedule. Preparatory works and casting of piles have started on key buildings, while the rest of the infrastructure works are proceeding steadily. Dredging has been fully completed, where reclamation is near completion. Additionally, the reclamation around the island has already started, with the blockwall being installed around it, thus making it visible for the first time! Significant work has already started on the East Tower, Maintenance Building and Chandlery Building, with the piles being casted, thus preparing the foundation these buildings. Works regarding the installment of the foundations are expected to begin soon. The casting of pre-cast units such as tetrapods and fabricated blocks is proceeding steadily, with the construction teams producing and installing them, mainly on the South Breakwater and the blockwall around the whole project. As in our last update, the blockwall around the East Tower, Commercial Area and West Peninsula is already fully completed. Take a look at the table, the time-lapse photo and the construction progress video to grasp the progress of Ayia Napa Marina in full.