Victoria’s newest dry-stack boatyard at Safety Beach completed

Victoria’s newest dry-stack boatyard at Safety Beach completed
Staff ReporterDecember 7, 2020

Victoria’s newest boat dry-stack facility has been completed, located within Marina Village Martha Cove development at Safety Beach.

It offers fully enclosed storage for vessels up to 35-feet long (roughly 10 metres) all year round.

It features swipe access to marina arms, a 24/7 security system, on-site security staff, fuel dock, public boat ramp and car parking.

Its on-site marine services includes full-service maintenance management, refit repair sheds, 70-tonne travel lift, hard stand, work berths and trailer storage.

Victoria’s newest dry-stack boatyard at Safety Beach completed

Paul Vernon, national operations manager for d’Albora Marinas, said that the completion of the development would position the boatyard as the premium vessel and maintenance facility in Victoria.

"We’re proud to now be home to the most state-of-the-art boat dry-stack facility in Victoria," Vernon said.

"This completes stage one of the fully integrated boatyard and marine services we are now able to offer."

Victoria’s newest dry-stack boatyard at Safety Beach completed

The first stage of the project’s combined residential development, a 43-apartment building known as The Moorings, is also complete.

A ground floor restaurant, bar and grocer, Martha’s Table, is due to open in early spring this year.

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