Fifth Avenue Landing, New Megayact Facility

Friday, February 13, 2009

San Diego is the site of the new Fifth Avenue Landing, an elite, stylish superyacht facility that now welcomes the world’s largest and luxurious megayachts.

Located adjacent to the San Diego Convention Center within walking distance of several world-class hotels, the Fifth Avenue Landing is a exclusive, 12-slip facility that instantly ranks among the world’s finest. The new facility can accommodate yachts as large as 300 ft.

In recent years, San Diego has accelerated its appeal to megayachts with the addition of several privately-owned facilities, notably Kona Kai Marina and Shelter Island Marina. A new downtown facility, The Wharf, located along the city’s bayfront Embarcadero, offers med mooring for yachts of virtually any size.

In addition, the San Diego Superyacht Association was formed in 2008 to bring together the city’s leading marine businesses. SDSA’s mission is to provide a full range of products and services to the world’s burgeoning megayacht market.

One notable guest at Fifth Avenue Landing was the famed 225 ft Feadship megayacht Attessa, which spent several weeks at the facility in early 2009.

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