Atlantic Marina Holdings rebrands properties as Port 32

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Tierra Verde Marina Resort is now Port 32 Tierra Verde.

Tierra Verde Marina Resort is now Port 32 Tierra Verde.

Charleston, S.C.-based Atlantic Marina Holdings, which operates four facilities in Florida, is rebranding its properties as Port 32.

Atlantic Marina Holdings’ portfolio includes PGA Marina in Palm Beach Gardens, Fort Lauderdale Boatyard & Marina, Tierra Verde Marina Resort south of St. Petersburg and recently acquired Tampa Harbour.

The Palm Beach Gardens and Fort Lauderdale marinas are under redevelopment that should be completed in 2019, the company said in a statement. Tierra Verde was completed in 2015 and Tampa Harbour in 2008.

“After completion of our redevelopments in Palm Beach Gardens and Fort Lauderdale, we will be among the largest slip owners in the state of Florida at approximately 2,600 slips,” Joe Miller, Port 32 managing principal, said in the statement.

The marinas are now known as Port 32 Palm Beach Gardens, Port 32 Fort Lauderdale, Port 32 Tierra Verde and Port 32 Tampa.

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