Triple Bay Club’s yacht club will span 7,900 square meters on four floors, featuring amenities such as a terrace restaurant, infinity pool deck, and rooftop cabana lounge. Its unusual appearance is inspired by natural stone erosion, and it was designed by the international architecture company HKS.
The upscale development firm Amaala is heading the project, which is already well started. The Red Sea Development Company manages Amaala, which is part of Saudi Vision 2030.
“We believe that Amaala will become a worldwide destination for luxury sailing, and as such, the yacht club requires a world-class design, inspired by the surrounding natural features and Arabic legacy, and underpinned by our dedication to sustainability,” Amaala CEO John Pagano stated.
“Amaala provides an unrivaled potential to develop a new tourism destination as well as a new home for yachting on the Red Sea.” “It is an honor to be part of the designers of this renowned yacht club, which is a centerpiece for the marina and is destined to revolutionize guest experience,” said Kevin Underwood, HKS’s global head of hospitality.
The development aims for a LEED Gold standard for environmental sustainability to lessen its environmental footprint.