Unfazed by budget cuts and delays, Saudi Crown Prince MBS has just announced a luxury coastal lifestyle community megaproject. Named Norlana, it will feature 711 waterfront properties, a golf course, an equestrian club, and a marina with 120 berths for superyachts.”

Neom in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia continues to expand with its latest stunning project, Norlana. This coastal wellness community is set to be home to 3,000 fortunate residents, offering contemporary luxury and sustainable modern living. A total of 711 spectacular waterfront properties will take shape in Northwest Saudi Arabia, featuring mansions, apartments, and beach villas surrounded by the grandeur of mountains and beautiful vistas. Catering to the penchant for superyachts among millionaires and billionaires worldwide, the development will also include a 120-berth marina.

Alongside a yachting members’ club and water taxi services, this opulent coastal dwelling will feature an 18-hole golf course set against the backdrop of imposing mountains, as well as an equestrian and polo center. Aiming to foster an ultra-modern active lifestyle, the community will offer sailing, diving, and a special focus on sport, health, and well-being.

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Neom shared the news with a video on X, stating, “Introducing Norlana, an elite waterfront community, global cruising destination, and private enclave for the world’s most discerning connoisseurs, located north of the Gulf of Aqaba coastline.” Recently, the ever-ambitious Crown Prince MBS unveiled several projects in Neom as part of Vision 2030.

However, his advisors have suggested caution, postponing certain projects to streamline the development of several billion-dollar initiatives simultaneously. In fact, just last week, the oil-rich kingdom openly discussed budget cuts for the first time and acknowledged delaying certain over-the-top (OTT) developments planned for Vision 2030. Simultaneously, they plan to accelerate projects nearing completion. The recently announced projects include Leyja, Epicon, Siranna, and Utamo in the Gulf of Aqaba.

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