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 to hold marina manager course in Fort Lauderdale

The International Marina Institute, a subsidiary of the Association of Marina Industries, will be holding an Advanced Marina Manager program Dec. 6-11 in Fort Lauderdale. “This past year, we awarded the Certified Marina Manager designation to 18 candidates, and 260 people participated in our programs overall — the most we’ve ever had,” said Jim Frye,…more

Marina manager given first IMI certification

The International Marina Institute, a subsidiary of the Association of Marina Industries, awarded its first Certified Marina Operator designation. Responding to demands within the marina industry, IMI started the CMO program for managers who might not be eligible to apply for the Certified Marina Management designation because of the size of their facility or their…more

Marina manager program set for November

The International Marina Institute is offering its Intermediate Marina Manager program from Nov. 15-19 in Fort Lauderdale. IMI provides this course as a stepping-stone to its Advanced Marina Management course, scheduled for the first week of December in Fort Lauderdale, or the Marina Operator Course, scheduled for September 2010. Both of these courses are prerequisites…more

IMI releases events catalog

The International Marina Institute released its latest 18-month training and events catalog. The 2009-2010 catalog features dates and descriptions for IMI’s newly launched Marina Operator Course and required credentials for the new Certified Marina Operator designation. Also included are the Intermediate Marina Management and Advanced Marina Management programs, as well as upcoming IMI events such…more

IMI announces conference agenda

A detailed seminar agenda for the Emerging Applies Technologies Conference, scheduled for Oct. 25-27 in Fort Lauderdale, is now available on the Association of Marina Industries’ Web site. The conference, produced by the International Marina Institute, focuses on up-and-coming technologies that will have significant impacts on the marina industry. Seminars will cover what marinas will…more

Registration open for IMI tour

The International Marina Institute opened registration for its third annual Southeast Florida Marina Study Tour, set for Oct. 28-29. This year’s tour stops at seven locations: Rybovich, Palm Harbor, Aquamarina Hidden Harbour, Pier 66, Lauderdale Marine Center, Lauderdale Marina and the Port Condominiums. At the end of each day, attendees participate in roundtable discussions that…more

Green Marine Summit set for October

The Association of Marina Industries is supporting the 2009 Green Marine Summit scheduled for Oct. 2-3 at Pier 66 in Fort Lauderdale. Produced by the Florida Marine Contractor Association, the summit focuses on the development and implementation of reasonable, science-based “green marine” construction standards in four areas: green marine products; green marine contracting; green marine…more

IMI keynote presentation announced

The Emerging Applied Technologies Conference, set for Oct. 25-27 in Fort Lauderdale, will be hosted by Larry Halgren, of Halgren & Associates. The conference is owned and operated by the International Marina Institute, a subsidiary of the Association of Marina industries. Halgren will present the keynote presentation, “2020 Waterfront Emerging Technologies: What is Coming to…more

IMI conference to discuss impact of hurricanes on marinas

With 2009 expected to be a busy hurricane season, the International Marina Institute is holding a conference to discuss the impacts this will have on marinas and the industry as a whole. The conference, “Our Changing Coastline: Understanding the Facts, the Fiction, and the Reality,” is scheduled for July 28 at the Sheraton Hotel in…more

AMI launches digital newsletter

The Association of Marina Industries launched a digital version of its member newsletter, the Advocate, with more visual appeal and interactive tools. The digital edition allows readers to: * Flip pages by placing your mouse at the corner of each page or using the page buttons located on the bottom bar. * Zoom in and…more

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