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.

Engine builders team up for EPA tests

Effort among BRP, Mercury, Volvo and Yamaha, with the NMMA, makes process less costly Four engine manufacturers banded together this fall to pool data in an effort to avoid costly test expenses and meet environmental regulations. The joint effort among BRP, Mercury Marine, Volvo Penta and Yamaha – in tandem with the National Marine Manufacturers…more

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Florida marina decked out for the holiday

No one can accuse Mount Dora Boating Center & Marina owner Joe Lewis of not being in the holiday spirit. “Here’s what you get when you take a 2-acre lakeside property, six piers, two hy-dry buildings, an office building, 42 trees, 320 extension cords of all sizes and lengths, 600 feet of fence, 26 deer,…more

California marina gains Clean Marina designation

Marina Cortez on Harbor Island in San Diego became the 100th marina to be certified under the Clean Marinas Program supported by the Marina Recreation Association. The program, formerly called the Clean Marinas California Program, is a private, non-profit organization that helps marinas and yacht clubs satisfy the requirements of the national Clean Water Act…more

Nautical Software Solution adds new product

Nautical Software Solution, which launched last summer as a new division of Alliance Management & Consulting Group, added a third industry-specific software program to its lineup of products and services. “We acquired The Marina Program, a leading software solution for marina management established in 1985, from WatchCaptain, the same company we worked with this past…more

Companies launch revamped websites

Two marine businesses recently launched new websites. Houseboats.com recently launched a redesigned website, aiming to extend its reach to a broader audience of houseboat enthusiasts, first-time houseboaters and people who are interested in California’s lakes, water conservation and recreational opportunities. The new website features expanded content and streaming media, houseboat news and lake information, a…more

Marinalife debuts new website

Marinalife, an online boating concierge and reservation service, launched a new website with an updated look and enhanced features. Marinalife’s mission is to connect boaters with marinas and marine service providers and the new website allows for a streamlined user experience with robust layers of resources, tools and special offers. “We are excited about the…more

Florida developer plans fractional marina

Charlotte County, Fla., developer Allen Heise, who has built a career developing high-end condo and commercial projects, is focused on building seven storage buildings with racks for 645 boats around a 42,000-square-foot clubhouse in downtown Port Charlotte. Instead of selling the racks to individual buyers, Heise plans to fractionalize the ownership of the racks and…more

South Carolina marina gains Clean Marina designation

The South Carolina Clean Marina Committee granted Clean Marina certification to Wilson Landing, a part of the Palmetto Bluff development on the May River near Bluffton, S.C. “The committee was impressed with the efforts Wilson Landing has gone through to comply with the Clean Marina standards,” South Carolina Marine Association executive director Suzi DuRant said…more

L.A. marina refitted to host megayachts

Following a $5.5 million transformation, Los Angeles’ Marina Del Rey can now accommodate yachts up to 250 feet and a 15-foot draft. “Del Rey Landing, with its new direct-fill fueling system, is capable of accommodating competitively priced megayacht bunkering and it is one of the few large marinas on the West Coast accessible without the…more

Bank buys Massachusetts marina at auction

The former Holland (Mass.) Sports Marina was sold at auction for $225,000 to the bank that held the mortgage on it. Webster Bank, which posted the high bid, declined to comment on the foreclosure auction, according to The Republican newspaper in Springfield, Mass. The property sits on three-quarters of an acre and features several buildings,…more

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