The Marina turns Bolgoda Lake into water sports lovers’ relaxation heaven

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The Marina, an exclusive member club built overlooking the calm and tranquil Bolgoda Lake, is the ideal getaway to enjoy a fun-filled, adventurous day or be at peace of mind by indulging in an aura of relaxation. 
The novel concept by Debug Hospitality and Leisure (Pvt.) Ltd was started with the aim of promoting and encouraging water sports in Sri Lanka by creating a safe, private and luxurious environment for water sports enthusiasts to gather, learn and experience the lifestyle and to foster a community of like-minded individuals with a love for water and the opportunities to adventure it provides.
The Marina is only a 45 minute ride away from Colombo and therefore makes it the perfect setting to exclusively enjoy quality time with your family, friends or office colleagues or experience adrenaline-filled water sport activities.
The friendly staff at The Marina with years of experience in the local and global hospitality sector is driven to serve customers from every corner of the country on and out of water.
The Marina in Bolgoda offers the highest level of exclusivity for its members, which helps the club to maintain its standard with a touch of class and quality and serve its clientele with great attention to detail. The Marina also offers a unique one-day recreational package called ‘Day Pass’ of which a total of 30 passes will be issued on any given day on a first-come first-serve basis.  
The Marina Day Pass entitles customers to enjoy a plethora of fun-filled activities and gives customers the choice to choose what they would love to do the most - to ride a high-speed jet ski in full throttle or to read a book overlooking the pristine swimming pool, indulging on a delectable meal prepared in-house. 
The club offers a wide range of water sports activities – jet-skiing, tube rides, wakeboarding and boating, to name a few, making it a one-stop shop for the water sports enthusiast from every corner of the country. Apart from these activities, Marina has a members-only water craft fleet where they have unlimited access to boats seven days a week. 
With valet racks for members capable of accommodating their own boats and PWCs, trained personnel on deck will assist members with fuelling and launching their boats and crafts, on-site maintenance, servicing and assuring safety while they enjoy a ride on the water.  The club also has a water sports training centre where members can learn the skills of boating and skiing with professional training.
If it is just for luxuriate tension-free, quality time with your family or friends, The Marina has all the amenities one looks for. The pool with an underwater music system provides the ultimate joy and hours of relaxation or you can say good bye to a very hard day by getting into a hot Jacuzzi by the pool. The lake-front cabanas are perfect to enjoy the tranquillity of the picturesque Bolgoda Lake with mellow tune playing in the background. 
The in-house restaurant offers a variety of mouth-watering food. From a five-course feast inside the restaurant or a hot plate of fish and chips by the pool side, the experienced team of chefs are more than happy to make your appetizing dream come true at The Marina.  
Speaking about the club, The Marina General Manager Chiranjeewa Amarasinghe said, “Sri Lanka has great potential to market the country as a destination that provides quality water-related recreational facilities. The Marina was built along this line to cater to an exclusive sector of clients by providing an exceptional experience on and off the water. The club offers the best products and expertise for sports enthusiasts and a range of other exclusive amenities. It is the perfect escape for anyone who wishes to create long-lasting memories and enjoy a well-earned relaxation and savour the tranquillity.” 


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