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Marinalife holding ‘best marina’ contest

In celebration of its 10th anniversary, Marinalife is holding a contest on the best marinas.

Members are invited to vote on the best transient marina and the marina with the best customer service through April 30.

There are more than 8,600 marinas in the Marinalife database that cover the cruising areas of the U.S., Canada, Bahamas, Caribbean and Central America. The Best Marinas Contest is an opportunity for Marinalife members to recognize the marinas they have connected with as a result of Marinalife's concierge services.

The winning marinas will be announced in May and featured in Marinalife magazine's summer issue.

Members can click here to vote or can vote by e-mailing info@marinalife.com.

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