Noss on Dart’s redevelopment programme continues at a pace as we get closer to completing some of the key infrastructure projects.
The new marina which offers 232 fully serviced berths for vessels (increased from 140 berths) is near completion with hammerhead berths for vessels up to 21 metres – proving incredibly popular. Over 200 berth holders have already signed up for Noss to be their home marina.
Teignmouth Maritime Services have now completed the work for the new boat hoist, dry stack and launch pad. They recently completed significant engineering works to secure the massive piles that will create the 75 tonne boat lifting facility. The new boatyard is due to be finished in time for winter lifting and will also provide short term storage ashore for customers and contractors to undertake maintenance work and projects.
We are also excited to announce that the first tenants will be moving into the marina’s new commercial buildings next month. Besides housing an array of marine trades and small businesses, this will also provide a new home for the South Devon College’s Marine Academy.
Andy Osman CMM, General Manager, Noss on Dart Marina said “Purchasing building materials has been just one of the challenges the team have faced through the pandemic, but we are on track and continue to make steady progress. I am looking forward to finishing the construction of the new boatyard and welcoming our tenants into the new buildings so that we can get services fully open for business.”