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.

IMI sets schedule for Florida boatyard tour

The International Marina Institute, a training subsidiary of the Association of Marina Industries, will visit nine facilities Oct. 29-30 during its seventh annual Southeast Florida Marina and Boatyard Study Tour. The tour, based this year at the B Ocean Hotel in Fort Lauderdale, occurs immediately after the close of the IMI’s 10th Drystack Conference, scheduled…more

Marina Industries Association holds operations course

The Marina Industries Association recently conducted its first ever marina operations course in Taiwan. The two-day course was organized in association with Vincent Kuan, a Keelung-based yacht dealer from YuYue Yacht Co. There were 34 participants from marinas, yacht dealerships, government and property developers. The syllabus included a detailed analysis of the marina industry, both…more

IMI plans design workshop for Chicago

The International Marina Institute, a training subsidiary of the Association of Marina Industries, scheduled a second “Marina Makeover: An Interactive Experience,” set for Nov. 16-17 at the Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare Hotel in Rosemont, Ill. “We had initially planned only one of these workshops, but it was so well-received, we’ve chosen to offer it again,”…more

IMI names host for Fort Lauderdale study tour

Certified marina manager Brad St. Coeur will host and facilitate the International Marina Institute’s seventh annual Southeast Florida Marina and Boatyard Study Tour, which runs Oct. 29–30. The study tour is produced by the IMI, a subsidiary of the Association of Marina Industries. The study tour, based out of the B Ocean hotel in Fort…more

IMI names host for Drystack Conference

Marina industry veteran and consultant Larry Halgren will host the International Marina Institute’s 10th Drystack Conference, which runs Oct. 27-28 in Fort Lauderdale at the B Ocean Hotel. With more than 35 years of experience in the marine industry, Halgren has expertise in marina and waterfront development, operations, infrastructure and marina components. His portfolio incorporates…more

IMI boatyard tour scheduled for October

The International Marina Institute, the training subsidiary of the Association of Marina Industries, scheduled its seventh annual Southeast Florida Marina and Boatyard Study Tour for Oct. 29-30. The two-day tour will depart daily from the B Ocean Hotel in Fort Lauderdale. The tour is a mobile training course that takes participants on exclusive tours of…more

IMI opens registration for Drystack Conference

The International Marina Institute, the training subsidiary of the Association of Marina Industries, is now accepting exhibitor and sponsorship registration for its Drystack Conference, which runs Oct. 27–28. “The exhibits at the Drystack Conference offer industry suppliers the opportunity to talk directly to marina decision makers,” AMI chairman Gary Groenewold said in a statement. “Plus,…more

IMI seeks conference presentation proposals

The International Marina Institute, the training subsidiary of the Association of Marina Industries, posted a call for presentations to its website for its Drystack Conference. The conference, which takes place Oct. 27-28 at the B Ocean Hotel in Fort Lauderdale, is a professional development opportunity for those interested in the latest in drystack technology as…more

AMI elects 2013 board members

The Association of Marina Industries recently elected 2013 officers and directors at its annual International Marina & Boatyard Conference in Fort Lauderdale. Gary Groenewold, of Westrec Marinas, was reappointed chairman; Jeff Rose, of Marinas International, was reappointed vice president; Mick Webber, of HydroHoist Marine Group, was appointed secretary; and Brad Gross, of OC Dana Point…more

AMI signs Navy marinas as members

The Association of Marina Industries is offering membership to U.S. Navy marinas. The new relationship allows the association to train and certify Navy marina managers, AMI announced. The Navy’s 32 Morale, Welfare and Recreation marinas signed on as AMI members. The new relationship allows naval marinas to take advantage of AMI’s member benefits, such as…more

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