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Lecture08-Mega-Yacht-Ports

Lecture08-Mega-Yacht-Ports - TTETTE 6755 Port Planning and...

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TTE TTE- 6755 Port Planning and Development Lecture #08 Mega-Yacht Ports - Pier 66, Fort Lauderdale - Miami Beach Mega-Yacht Berths L. Prieto-Portar 2009
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Pier 66 Marina, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
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Pier 66 Marina Layout: a total of 128 berths with 15 for mega yachts.
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Mega-Yacht Marina in Miami Beach Location
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Location of marina at South Beach.
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Layout of marina and residential complex. The marina has 400 berths, of which 12 are for mega yachts.
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The marina was designed to provide a channel depth of 13 feet, whereas the maximum ship draft is 10.5 feet.
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Dock System.
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Fixed Docks
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Floating Docks
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Floating Docks .
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18 inch square column Prestressed Concrete 50 feet long Concrete piles guide the floating pier during tidal fluctuations.
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System Comparison between fixed and floating docks: Floating docks: 1. Allow for tight moorings; 2. Initially less expensive; 3. Shorter life-cycle; 4. Easily repaired, but 5. Easily damaged.
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