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 releases new catalog

The International Marina Institute, the training subsidiary of the Association of Marina Industries, released its training catalog for its 2012-13 academic year. Reformatted and graphically enhanced, the catalog features self-guided training manuals, online classes, conference schedules and beginning to advanced marina management courses, IMI announced. Specific class times, dates and locations can be found throughout…more

Discount registration available for IMBC

As part of the International Marina and Boatyard Conference’s partnership with Soundings Trade Only, readers are eligible for a 10 percent discount off the IMBC’s full-conference, non-member registration fee. The event, run by the Association of Marina Industries, will take place Jan. 30 through Feb. 1 at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center in…more

Marina Industry Association adds to rating system

The Marina Industry Association announced an extension to its Gold Anchor International Rating Scheme, which provides customer service accreditation for marinas. The extension will give marinas the option to be Gold Anchor-accredited, but without a specific 3 to 5 Gold Anchor rating, the group announced. This non-rated option is called the Gold Anchor International General…more

AMI releases fall event schedules

A detailed schedule for the International Marina Institute’s fall workshop, “Marina Makeover: an Interactive Experience,” as well as the annual Southeast Florida Marina and Boatyard Study Tour, are now available at the Association of Marina Industries’ website. The workshop, scheduled for Oct. 21-22 at the Renaissance Boca Raton in Florida, is based on the methods…more

Registration open for IMI workshop in October

The International Marina Institute, the training subsidiary of the Association of Marina Industries, opened registration for its new case-study analysis workshop called “Marina Makeover: An Interactive Experience,” scheduled for Oct. 21-22 at the Renaissance Boca Raton in Boca Raton, Fla. Based on the IMI’s Advanced Marina Management training methods, the interactive workshop is designed for…more

IMI offers marine design workshop

Marina managers and owners have a shot at getting a free extensive consultation with other industry leaders as part of a new workshop called “Marina Makeover: An Interactive Experience.” The International Marina Institute, a training subsidiary of the Association of Marina Industries, is calling for marinas that want to participate in the two-day interactive, hands-on…more

IMI offers training program in September

The International Marina Institute is offering its Intermediate Marina Manager program Sept. 12-14 in San Francisco. IMI, a subsidiary of the Association of Marina Industries, is partnering with the California Association of Harbor Masters & Port Captains to offer the course — a steppingstone to the Advanced Marina Management school. Candidates must successfully complete the…more

South Florida marina study tour set for October

Marine industry veteran Jim Bronstien will host and facilitate the International Marina Institute’s sixth annual Southeast Florida Marina Study Tour in October. The tour is a two-day mobile training course that takes participants on exclusive tours of marinas to provide an in-depth look at the operations of different types of facilities in South Florida. At…more

AMI leads federal agencies on marina tours

The Association of Marina Industries hosted 20 representatives from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service on a tour Tuesday of two marinas in Baltimore. The intent was to educate those who contract with, regulate, provide grants to or otherwise work with marinas and boatyards…more

AMI seeks data for marina survey

The Association of Marina Industries is asking marina owners and operators to take AMI’s Financial Benchmark Survey and help build financial information for the industry. The purpose of the survey is to collect information that marina owners/operators and marina industry investors and lenders can use to compare income and expense ratios or specific dollar amounts.…more

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