The increase in visting and local   
 yachting has necessitated the         
 reclaimation of a large area of       
 coastal land.  When the original      
 costing  was debated in the States a  
 narrow majority saw the multi-million 
 pound project win approval.           
   The new facilities should enhance   
 Guernsey as a tourist centre and      
 benefit the Island through increased  
 local trade and revenue in the form of
 mooring fees.                         

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