Release the potential of yacht industry
"Guangdong Coastal Tourism Development Plan (2011-2020)" specifies that Guangdong should vigorously develop yacht tourism and form a marina yacht tourism gold coastal zone that is supported by 9 yacht clubs in Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Zhuhai as the core. We'll built four yacht bases in Guangzhou Nansha, Bio Island, Zhuhai Pingsha and Shenzhen Dapeng Bay.
Industry insiders predicted that as the Guangdong, Hong Kong, and Macao Greater Bay area rises into a national strategy, under the implementation of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Yacht Freedom Policy and the construction of the Pearl River Delta Yacht Public Pier, the yacht economy in the Dawan District will usher in a vigorous development in the next decade. Golden Age."
Industry sources estimate that the profitability of the downstream yacht industry in Guangdong, Hong Kong, and Macau in the Dawan District will reach 21 billion yuan. How can this potential market be shaken? The surveyed experts all believe that the most important thing is to speed up the construction of public docks and promote the “popularization” of the industry. Secondly, the "Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau Yachts Freedom Movement" needs to deeply "break the title" and speed up the institutional connection. It is understood that Shenzhen has planned to build 1-2 public yacht marinas by 2020, and the airport berths will have public berths open to the public.
2. Obstacles to development: Insufficient public yacht harbors and parity berths According to industry insiders, to fully release the potential of the yacht industry in the Greater Bay Area, it is necessary to build a public pier. Zhai Xiangrong, who has 37 years of experience as a sailing yacht player at the Hong Kong Yacht Club, pointed out that the low consumption and lack of public yacht ports are fatal obstacles to the development of the yacht industry in the Pearl River Delta. “The parking rate of Shenzhen yachts is 50%. On the surface, it seems that the berths are not tense, but most of the yachts will be a membership-based business model. For owners who purchase small boats, high berth fees will affect the willingness to buy boats. Lack of parity. Berths have a large impact on the popularity of yachts.” Zhuang Shaorong, general manager of Haizhilan Yachts and supervisor of the BIA Association.