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.

Florida marina announces open-house schedule

Two of Florida’s most respected professional fishing guides and the National Weather Service’s senior meteorologist will offer their advice on making the most of a fishing expedition March 27 during Cannons Marina’s annual spring open house and fishing clinic at the marina on Longboat Key, Fla. The open house is free and open to the…more

Pettit Marine Paint unveils rebate program

Pettit Marine Paint is offering a new rebate program for consumers. Between now and May 31, Pettit is offering rebates up to $20 per gallon on select Pettit antifouling paint. This initiative follows the company’s 2009 stimulus rebate program, which saved U.S. boat owners more than $300,000. “We understand what people are going through, which…more

Marinalife holding ‘best marina’ contest

In celebration of its 10th anniversary, Marinalife is holding a contest on the best marinas. Members are invited to vote on the best transient marina and the marina with the best customer service through April 30. There are more than 8,600 marinas in the Marinalife database that cover the cruising areas of the U.S., Canada,…more

ABBRA Summer Symposium set for August

The American Boat Builders & Repairers Association 2010 Summer Symposium is scheduled for Aug. 2-3 at the Hilton Mystic at the Aquarium in Mystic, Conn. “Based on what we learned at our highly successful inaugural event last year, the ABBRA Summer Symposium promises to be a great chance for the marine service industry (boatyards, repairers,…more

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Sea Tow Cuba’s long, long wait may yet pay off

For a time in the 1990s, the U.S. marine industry believed Cuba would soon be opened to American boaters. In 1994, the University of Florida hosted dozens of experts and business leaders for a conference that produced a report with a long title: “The Potential Impact on Florida-Based Marina and Boating Industries of a Post-Embargo…more

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Cuban marinas prepare for U.S. cruisers

Hope that the travel ban will soon be lifted fuels infrastructure expansion in Havana and other areas Anticipating the end of the travel ban, Cuban state enterprises responsible for marine infrastructure have begun an unprecedented push to ready the island nation for U.S. boaters. With growing support across America and in Washington, the U.S. House…more

Lease expires before Washington marina is finished

Construction on a new marina in Seabeck, Wash., was halted just a week after it began when the state’s Department of Natural Resources informed developers that the lease to build on the state-owned land had expired. The state says it would like to work with the developers, but the problem isn’t easy to fix because…more

California marinas consolidate

A yearlong master development process was implemented at Shasta Lake Resorts LP in Lodi, Calif., to permanently consolidate their services and facilities, in accordance with the USDA Forest Service. The resort’s facilities include Jones Valley Marina, first acquired in 1989, and the Lakeview and Sugarloaf marinas. This merging will allow Jones Valley Resort on Shasta…more

Bellingham Marine adds Chinese version of Web site

After producing its Web site in Spanish, Italian and French two years ago, Bellingham Marine added a Chinese language version of its site. “We are very excited to be able to communicate with our Chinese reading customers in their native written language,” said John Spragg, general manager for Bellingham Marine Australasia, in a statement. “The…more

ABBRA hands out annual awards

The American Boat Builders & Repairers Association recently held its annual awards celebration. The Dennis Snow President’s Award was presented to Dennis Nixon, associate dean for research and administration at the Graduate School of Oceanography of the University of Rhode Island. The Award of Excellence in Customer Care was presented to Camachee Yacht Yard, a…more

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