What’s Up YACHTNEEDS – New ports now available

Home / News / What’s Up YACHTNEEDS – New ports now available
In News

WE ARE NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS IN NEW LOCATIONS AROUND THE WORLD

Over the last few months our team has been working tirelessly to get the app in regions that are new to YACHTNEEDS. We have opened the following areas and are continuing to work on another 38 countries. If you have any new ports you would like to see on YACHTNEEDS then go to www.yachtneeds.net and ‘suggest a port’ and we will make sure it is added to the app.

Here are the new locations now available on YACHTNEEDS!

DUBAI

Yas Marina

Palm Jumeirah Marina

Ghantoot Marina

Emirates Palace Marina

Dubai Marina Yacht Club

Dubai International Marine Club

Al Hamra Yacht Club & Marina

HONG KONG

Gold Coast Yacht and Country club

Discovery Bay Marina Club

The Aberdeen Marina Club

SINGAPORE

Republic of Singapore Yacht Club

Marina at Keppel Bay

Republic of Singapore Yacht Club

Raffles Marina

Fiji

Luda Point Marina 

GLOBALLY

Maximo Marina – St. Petersburg, FL

Marina Cabo San Lucas – Cabo San Lucas, MX

One Island Park – Miami – Miami Beach, FL

North Cove Marina – Manhattan, NY 

Newport Yacht Club & Marina – Jersey City, NJ

Montauk Yacht Club Resort & Marina – Montauk, NY

Red Frog Island Beach Resort & Marina – Bocas del Toro, Panama

Rodney Bay Marina – Gros Islet, St. Lucia 

Yacht Club at Isle de Sol – Simpson Bay, St. Maarten

Simpson Bay Marina – Simpson Bay, St. Maarten

Yacht Haven Grande – Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas

American Yacht Harbor – Red Hook, St. Thomas

Blue Haven Resort & Marina – Providenciales, Turks & Caicos

National Harbor Marina – National Harbor, Maryland

Marina Santa Marta – Santa Marta, Colombia

Be sure to check the app out regularly over the next few months to explore new areas, people and find more jobs.

Cheers!

Recommended Posts
Contact Us

For anything you may need, just send us an email and we'll get back to you, asap.

Meditation, Yael Fadloun, crew relaxation, health, wellbeingPowerRay underwater drone whales