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Camper & Nicholsons First Eastern (CNFE) has announced that they have been appointed by Financial Street Holdings, one of China’s leading developers, to carry out the commercial and operational studies, and design, for the Oceania Point Marina in Huizhou, Guangdong, China, located 47 miles from Hong Kong.
CNFE will be working with the master planners Chapman Taylor on this project which forms part of a 29 square kilometre international resort, which includes golf courses, 5 star hotels and a conference centre amongst many other amenities.
The marina which will be built to high international standards, will offer berthing for yachts and megayachts. The marina will attract international clients and events, as well as serving the needs of owners and residences within the development.
Financial Street Holding’s Yang Zhao Hui, GM of the project, said “Our project required the highest level of international marina experience coupled with an understanding of our market in China, Camper & Nicholsons First Eastern is uniquely qualified to meet our needs”.
Nick Maris, CEO of CNFE, responded “This ambitious and high quality development is one we are proud to be associated with and we look forward to working with Financial Street Holdings to deliver a world class marina”.
For more informaiton please visit Camper & Nicholsons Marinas International Ltd.
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