Yes, the security in the marina is a priority and this is one of the main problems for me. I will train the guards to not sleep at night
. In addition to trained personnel to care for boats - aerate, turn over the engine, cleaning, etc.
Along the perimeter of the marina will be installed video cameras with a signal of danger
Even think to have a guard dog.
Motion sensors can be installed on owners' right on the boat. All systems will run 24 hours.
In addition, the marina rents in the territory of the naval base and experience shows that thieves do not go to such places.
And do not forget that my marina is not big in size and you can see everything clearly.
In principle, in my experience Cambodia pretty safe.
Western people enjoy a certain prestige and untouchability.
Cases of incidents with tourists and barangs
are extremely rare and often blame themselves victims.
For example, I do not close my car and quietly leave it in the market or the store or on the beach.
Bunkering - will be with the car tank in a special place on a stationary dock.
While inappropriate to fuel
station in the marina.
Slip and lifting - I'm working on this issue.
There will be 2 options. Slip on a local shipyard and crane in cargo seaport Sihanoukville, depending on the boat and repair.
Marina is fully protected from the waves by a breakwater. Maximum wave in the harbor of 0.3-0.4 meters at gale force winds.
The tide is weak, drop to 1 m