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Marinas offer docks, moorings, fuel, supplies and other facilities to vessels that range from small boats to large yachts. They can be found along riverbanks and coastlines and on inland lakes.

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Atlantic City boat show starts next week

The Atlantic City In-Water Boat Show, set for Sept. 4-7, will feature more than 700 boats, 16 to 70 feet in length. The hottest new motoryachts, sportfishing yachts, runabouts, walkarounds, center consoles and performance boats will be at Farley State Marina, adjacent to Trump Marina Hotel Casino. Included with a $20 adult admission is a…more

Peer group issues call for papers on sailboats

The Small Craft (Sailing) Technical Panel of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers issued its initial call for papers for the SNAME Journal of Sailboat Technology. The new online, peer-reviewed journal will focus on research achievements and engineering practices, ranging from sailboat systems and sail design to materials and construction methods, weather routing…more

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‘Star’ on the rise marina chain in growth mode

Morningstar’s father-son team wants to own, upgrade and manage as many as 25 properties by 2012 It’s been about four years since Stephen Benson and his son, Dave, ventured into the marina business with their purchase of the 950-member Peninsula Yacht Club on Lake Norman, N.C. And their portfolio of Morningstar marinas keeps getting bigger…more

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Construction finished at Calif. development

Marina construction at the new luxury townhouse development, Esprit, in Marina del Rey, Calif., has been completed by Atlantic-Meeco of McAlester, Okla. The marina has 227 slips ranging from 35 to 70 feet and three amenity platforms of approximately 4,500 square feet that house restrooms, showers, laundry facilities and other services. The marina and platforms…more

Florida marina selling memberships quickly

Jupiter, Fla.-based Jonathan’s Landing Marina converted to a membership marina last fall and has sold out its 75 charter memberships in less than six months. The remaining 195 memberships continue to sell at a rate of 10 to 12 per month, according to marina personnel. Jonathan’s Landing Marina membership program provides a public marina within…more

New River Marina auction Thursday

Auction Co. of America and CB Richard Ellis will auction the New River Marina in Fort Lauderdale Thursday at 2 p.m. The marina declared bankruptcy last year with $19 million in debt.  Unsecured creditors pushed for the auction, while owners Mary and Bob Wickman still hope for a last-minute investor to save the day. “This…more

MIATC selects board of directors

The Marine Industries Association of the Treasure Coast in Florida elected its board of directors for 2008-09. The newly elected officers are: Marty Laven from the Dockominium Group, president; Steve Haigis, Sebastian Inlet Marina, vice president; Bill Hill, The Harborage Yacht Club and Marina, treasurer; and Tim Grabenbauer of Vero Beach Municipal Marina continues as…more

Marina celebration coming soon

Organizers of this year’s National Marina Day say they are “planning a spectacular day with food, games and music that the whole family can take part in.” Proceeds will benefit Flotilla 29 of Lake Lanier, the Coast Guard’s volunteer auxiliary branch. National Marina Day, which takes place Aug. 9, celebrates the role marinas play in…more

Managers given association’s certified status

Five marina managers have attained the status of Certified Marina Manager through the Association of Marina Industries’ International Marina Institute. They include: Jack Hodge, Irish Boat Shop, Charlexoix, Mich.; Tim Grabenbauer, Vero Beach Municipal Marina, Vero Beach, Fla.; Ted Shaw, Savannah Yacht Club, Savannah, Ga.; Dan McKiernan, Saxon Wharf Marina, Southampton, United Kingdom, and Pam…more

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Reinventing the marina

BoatClubsAmerica’s boatyard transformations in Fort Myers and Fort Lauderdale are helping keep the waterfront accessible BoatClubsAmerica is doing its part to counter the condo confiscation of Florida’s waterfront by transforming old, rundown marinas into modern, country club-type boating centers. Like many industry leaders, BoatClubsAmerica believes Florida’s boating-business future is threatened by the statewide trend toward…more

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