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Male’, Maldives, 2nd January 2024 – CROSSROADS Maldives has introduced a pioneering initiative promising an enhanced experience for visitors by providing complimentary transient docking facilities for private boats at its marina, effective from January 2, 2024.

Starting today, private boat owners can benefit from berthing at the CROSSROADS Maldives Marina without incurring any fees. This strategic move aims to enhance accessibility to the destination and elevate the overall guest experience. Notably, a minimum expenditure of USD 20 per visitor on board the vessel is required to access this new benefit.

Fathimath Yashfa (Yash), the Director of Retail at CROSSROADS Maldives, emphasized, “The initiative aligns with our commitment to providing unparalleled hospitality and promoting CROSSROADS Maldives as a premier destination for everyone. Visitors can now explore the scenic beauty of our destination, indulge in a variety of retail and dining experiences, and enjoy vibrant cultural and entertainment experiences with the assurance of a hassle-free berthing experience.”

Featuring over fourteen dining experiences that include award-winning restaurants, globally renowned retail brands, top-notch spa facilities, kids’ club amenities, an exquisite Beach Club, authentic cultural immersion opportunities at the Maldives Discovery Center, and an exciting hub for watersports and excursions, CROSSROADS Maldives caters to visitors with diverse interests and preferences. It stands as an ideal destination for experiencing sustainable elegance and creating enduring memories with loved ones.

To take advantage of this offer and embark on an unforgettable journey at the Maldives’ inaugural and sole multi-island integrated leisure destination, interested individuals can contact the concierge service at +960 730-7000 for additional information. CROSSROADS Maldives eagerly anticipates welcoming private boat owners and their guests to an enhanced, contact-free berthing experience at CROSSROADS Maldives.

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