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Sea to believe

The Pearl-Qatar’s three marinas will offer the ultimate experience for luxury boating

Ronautica Middle East, a fully owned subsidiary of UDC, is building three sophisticated and environmentally friendly marinas as well as a yacht club of international standing to cater to the international, regional and local yachting communities

Ronautica Middle East was established in March 2007 to manage and operate first-class marinas in the Middle East. This newly created company offers The Pearl-Qatar’s clients a range of premier services, all seamlessly integrated into the exclusive luxury environment. The three state-of-the-art marinas at The Pearl-Qatar resort city will serve the population as the ideal platforms to engage in a true nautical lifestyle.

Ronautica Middle East will manage the hire and maintenance of the berths. It will also offer complementary leisure services, such as a sailing school, yacht sales, sightseeing tours and boat shows.

“It is our mission to bring the sea closer to the people and our marinas at The Pearl-Qatar are designed to make that happen,” says Jaume Marco, general manager of Ronautica Middle East.
“We are fully confident that Ronautica will play a major role in providing excellent marina services on the island, while contributing to the overall advancement of the whole project,” adds Rabih El Khoury, sales manager at The Pearl-Qatar.

The Pearl-Qatar is the largest island in Qatar’s waters, making quality marinas a top priority. During the development’s two-year land reclamation process, 4 million square meters of new land were created with a 32-kilometer (20-mile) shoreline, three coves, navigable canals and several other diverse features that will keep water-loving residents of The Pearl-Qatar safe, entertained and well-connected for years to come.

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