Preregistration for the International Marina & Boatyard Conference, which will take place Jan. 29-31 at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center, is up 6 percent compared with 2013.
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.
Organizers say ‘charged’ agenda makes the marina conference more dynamic and more relevant.
The marina industry is undergoing a transformation, brought on by the economic downturn, increasing weather challenges and a greater emphasis on environmentally sound practices.
The International Marina Institute, the training subsidiary of the Association of Marina Industries, said it closed its fiscal year, which ended Sept. 30, with its largest training and certification numbers since 2008.
The Association of Marina Industries and the American Society of Civil Engineers are partnering to offer a one-day marina design course from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jan. 29 at the International Marina and Boatyard Conference in Fort Lauderdale. Presented by the primary authors of American Society of Civil Engineers’ Manual 50, the marina design…more
The Association of Marina Industries is collecting Best Profit Ideas from marina professionals and plans to offer an award at the 2014 International Marina and Boatyard Conference, which is set for Jan. 29-31 in Fort Lauderdale. Ideas collected will be reviewed by three certified marina managers and narrowed down to three ideas that will be…more
The Association of Marina Industries released details about its upcoming International Marina and Boatyard Conference, set to take place Jan. 29-31 in Fort Lauderdale. New additions to IMBC include a marina design and engineering breakout session track, a keynote follow-up roundtable and a best-profits panel. Live new-product demos will be conducted on the exhibit floor.…more
The Association of Marina Industries is offering Trade Only Today readers a 10 percent discount on the non-member rate to those who register for the International Marina and Boatyard Conference before Dec. 1. The discounted rate is $499 and can be obtained by entering the code, tenpercent14, when registering online. IMBC is geared to marina…more
Registration for the International Marina and Boatyard Conference is now open. Produced by the Association of Marina Industries, the conference will take place Jan. 29-31 at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale. Full-conference passes start at $379 and include access to all seminars, roundtables and workshops, entry to the exhibit hall…more
The Association of Marina Industries awarded the Neil Ross Scholarship awards to the Marine Trades Association of New Jersey and the California Association of Harbor Masters and Port Captains to be given to two people that the organizations believe most deserve the funds. The New Jersey trade group chose executive director Melissa Danko to receive…more