MAHAN SAHEL SAZE KISH
Complex of Tourism, Residential, Services
Persian Gulf Coast Northwest of Kish Island
Geographical features of Kish Island
Kish Island is a coral island located 18 km south of the Islamic Republic of Iran. It is an elliptical island with an area of 91 km^2, 15.54 kilometers length, and 7.5 kilometers width. The island's highest point is about 45 meters above sea level. Kish Island also doesn’t have any permanent river and has many underground water resources.
Kish Island Climate
Networking for numerical modeling of wave status around Kish Island
For wave information, mainly we use the results of the Iranian Sea Wave Modeling Project (ISWM) conducted in 2004 by the Ports and Maritime Organization. This project was the result of two-dimensional ECMWF wind field and SW module modeling from the Kish Island bundle. Erratic networking of the Kish Island area is shown in the picture. The results of this modeling were presented in terms of height and energy of waves around the island. As you see in the picture southeast-west to the west of the island, the waves are extremely intense, resulting in the severe tide and being eliminated from our range.
The tide and the currents that flow from it
If there is a low altitude, the tide inside the complex will occur naturally. In this case, the cost of pumping, water transfer, and maintenance of the complex will be reduced and the natural water flow in the complex will add to its value.
Use of Adjacent spaces of Kish coast