Amaala has revealed the plans for the luxurious and futuristic Triple Bay Yacht Club. The project, which is located on Saudi Arabia’s North-Western coast is on track for a 2024 completion date.
Designed by celebrated architects HKS, the 7,900sqm yacht club will be a full-service marina, offering a total of 120 berths for yachts up to 130m, as well as a wide array of facilities for Captains, and yacht crew. Guests arriving at the club can experience a lift that travels from the water’s edge to an exclusive sky lounge. In addition to the luxury sky lounge, Saudi Arabias yacht club will have plenty of areas for events, shopping, dining, live entertainment, and an amphitheater.
HKS designed the club with an infinity pool at the top, simulating an aft deck, as a nod to the boats that will dock there.
“We were clear from the outset that we wanted to create a building of its place, with the design drawing inspiration from local landscapes and culture, alongside the nature of the marine lifestyle,” Dan Flower, HKS design director and lead architect for Amaala Yacht Club.
The luxury development firm Amaala is helming the project, which is already well underway. Amaala is managed by The Red Sea Development Company, which also has a further two projects in the works. An extension from the Triple Bay Yacht Club is an “Art, culture and conservation site,” dubbed The Coastal Development, and “an exclusive enclave of luxurious resorts and residential estates,” named The Island.
“Amaala offers an unparalleled opportunity to shape a new tourism destination and a new home for yachting on the Red Sea. It is a privilege to be involved as designers of this iconic yacht club, which is a centrepiece for the marina and set to evolve the guest experience,” commented Kevin Underwood, global head of hospitality at HKS.
Key features of Triple Bay Yacht Club for Captains and Crew include:
- 120 berths for yachts up to 130m.
- A terrace restaurant.
- An infinity pool.
- Deck and rooftop cabana lounge.
- A 10-hectare basin for hosting yachts of up 130 metres in length.
- An 80 metre Quai d’honneur for accommodating events
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