Marinas and Boatyards

Marinas and boatyards offer the vital services, ranging from repairs to slips and seasonal storage, that boaters require. Because they're in regular contact with boat owners, these businesses can take the pulse of the recreational boating industry every day. Developments such as new facilities and new services at these sites help to drive the industry forward.

Freedom Boat Club reports two milestones

Freedom Boat Club said it reached the 100-club summit and expanded its nationwide fleet to include 1,000 boats, effectively doubling the company’s size in three years.

Safe Harbor Marinas plans ‘future acquisitions’

Safe Harbor Marinas said it will make its formal debut as the largest owner and operator of marinas in the country at the International Marina & Boatyard Conference, which opens Wednesday in Fort Lauderdale.

Hurricane Ike in 2008 left a pile of heavily damaged fiberglass boats at Pleasure Island Marina in Port Arthur, Texas.

The dead-boat disposal crunch

When Texan Pat Zagar moved his boat salvage business three years ago, he had to find a way to dispose of the 200 hulls stored on his property. “I’m in the boat recycling business, and I could not find a place that would take the fiberglass,” says Zagar, 57, of Houston, who dismantles boats for…more

ABBRA service manager course set for March

The American Boat Builders & Repairers Association’s Marine Certified Marine Service Managers Course is scheduled for March 6-10 at The Landing School in Arundel, Maine.

MyTaskit announces new investors

Marine management software provider MyTaskit revealed a new round of funding on Monday that totals $1.7 million and brings the company’s seed investment to $11 million.

1 2 3 87

Vote Today

Which story will most affect the marine industry in 2016

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...

Search Boats for Sale

Price
Length
Year

Login to Trade Only Today

Lost Password