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 prepares for fall conference

The International Marina Institute’s sixth annual fall conference – with the theme “Increasing Marina Profits in the New Economy: From Surviving to Thriving” – will be held Oct. 23-25 at the Sheraton Suites Cypress Creek in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Those who attend will hear industry veterans and outside experts present ideas and strategies that will…more

Deadline nears for IMI hotel discount

The deadline to reserve a discounted room for the International Marina Institute’s fall events is fast approaching. The current rate of $99 a night is available at the Sheraton Suites Cypress Creek in Fort Lauderdale until Saturday for those attending “Increasing Marina Profits in the New Economy: From Surviving to Thriving,” Oct. 23–25 and the…more

Safety training offered for AMI members

The International Marina Institute is partnering with Wells Fargo Insurance to offer online safety training to Association of Marina Industries members, beginning Aug. 1. AMI members will have access to two free IMI risk-management training courses: Hazardous Waste and Employee Safety Orientation. For AMI members who are not Wells Fargo customers, access to this training…more

IMI posts fall events brochure

The International Marina Institute, the training subsidiary of the Association of Marina Industries, posted its annual fall events brochure on its website. The brochure has information about IMI’s Fall Conference, “Increasing Marina Profits in the New Economy: From Surviving to Thriving,” which is scheduled for Oct. 23-25, and its annual Southeast Florida Marina Study Tour,…more

IMI sets schedule for management courses

The International Marina Institute is offering its Intermediate Marina Management course in six modules to make the training more convenient for those who can’t attend the full four-day course. The first module, “Marina Law,” will be delivered Oct. 13 at the California Association of Harbor Masters & Port Captains conference in Sacramento, Calif. The IMM…more

IMI to cover six facilities during Florida study tour

The International Marina Institute, a training subsidiary of the Association of Marina Industries, will visit six facilities during its fifth annual Southeast Florida Marina Study Tour Oct. 26-27. The tour, based this year at the Sheraton Suites Cypress Creek in Fort Lauderdale, will occur immediately after the closing of the IMI’s fall conference, “Increasing Marina…more

AMI updates 2011 operations manual

The Association of Marina Industries completed its revised and updated marina operations manual for 2011. Available to all marine professionals, the manual is distributed via AMI and offers templates and forms, as well as advice and tips for running a successful marina or boatyard. AMI members who order before May 31 receive a 10 percent…more

IMI proposal deadline is next week

The deadline is next Friday to submit a proposal for topics at the International Marina Institute’s fall conference, “Increasing Marina Profits in the New Economy: From Surviving to Thriving.” This year’s conference is scheduled for Oct. 23-25 in Fort Lauderdale. IMI staff is accepting proposals that focus on new profit ideas, ways to use an…more

Conferences seek presentation proposals

Organizers of the International Marina & Boatyard Conference and the Marine Dealer Conference and Expo issued calls for presentations. IMBC, produced by the Association of Marina Industries, is scheduled for Feb. 1-3, 2012, at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. “We are reaching out to the industry for current topical presentations by…more

IMI seeks fall conference proposals

The International Marina Institute posted a call for presentations for its fall conference, “Increasing Marina Profits in the New Economy: From Surviving to Thriving,” Oct. 23-25 in Fort Lauderdale. IMI staff asks that proposals focus on new profit ideas, ways to use an existing marina footprint to its maximum capacity and methods for surviving and…more

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