The Hainan Government has issued a series of regulations to boost the development of the cruise and yacht industry. According to the plan, Hainan is planning to complete the construction of 23 public yacht marinas boasting a total of 14,325 public berths by 2025.

 

The 23 public yacht marinas will be built in Sanya, Haikou, Chengmai, Wenchang, Lingshui, Ledong, Qionghai, Wanning, Danzhou, ChangJiang and other counties and cities in Hainan, making public yacht berths available throughout the tropical tourism island.

These public yacht marinas will focus on the development of coastal vacations, yacht tourism, and water sports and entertainment.

 
 
 
In addition, the provincial government will launch a program to promote its cruise tourism offerings in domestic and overseas markets such as Australia, South Korea, and Southeast Asia regions. 
 
Starting from October 1st, 2015, Hainan will cancel seven charges related with port fees: escort fees for special purpose vessels, escort fees for special marine projects, chimney logo/company flag fees, temporary ship registration fees, ship renaming/home port registration change fees, ship nationality certificate fees, and scrapped vessel registration fees.
 
SOURCE: WOS Team
 
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