Marinas and AMI

The Association of Marina Industries is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to serving the needs of the marina industry. The AMI was formed when the Marina Operators Association of America and the International Marina Institute merged in 2005.

PierVantage adds Chicago boatyard as client

CorVant LLC, makers of the cloud-based marine business management software PierVantage, said the Chicago Yacht Works has selected PierVantage for Boatyards to help manage its growing marine business.

AMI hands out scholarships

This year’s recipients of the Association of Marina Industries’ Neil Ross Scholarship award are Boating British Columbia and the Marine Association of Texas, the AMI said Thursday.

Marina Industries Association hands out scholarships

The Marina Industries Association announced the winners of two scholarships for advanced marina management and intermediate marina management courses that will be held in Sydney and the Gold Coast in Australia.

Growth tops AMI’s agenda for 2015

The Association of Marina Industries says it will remain focused in the year ahead on its three pillars: being a voice of the industry; marina professionalism through training and certification; and providing up-to-date, accurate and critical information to members.

AMI elects 2015 officers and board members

The Association of Marina Industries elected 2015 officers and directors at its annual International Marina & Boatyard Conference, which was held Jan. 28-30 in Tampa, Fla.

Speakers gave conferees advice about adapting to rapidly changing times.

Visions of growth and transformation

An improving economy should create more opportunities for the marine industry to grow this year, Maria Espino, professor of economics at St. Thomas University, said in an economic update at the Jan. 29-31 International Marina & Boatyard Conference in Fort Lauderdale.

IMBC 2014: Correct Craft CEO talks about taking risks

FORT LAUDERDALE — Businesses must create a “special sauce” that sets them apart from competitors to survive the tumultuous pace of change during the next 10 years, Correct Craft president and CEO Bill Yeargin said in Friday’s opening presentation at the International Marina & Boatyard Conference.

IMBC 2014: Conference sees increased numbers

FORT LAUDERDALE — The 12th annual International Marina & Boatyard Conference saw a 12 percent increase in numbers and organizers said that made it the most successful show in five years.

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