Marinas and boatyards offer the vital services, ranging from repairs to slips and seasonal storage, that boaters require. Because they're in regular contact with boat owners, these businesses can take the pulse of the recreational boating industry every day. Developments such as new facilities and new services at these sites help to drive the industry forward.
A lawsuit and countersuit filed in the Kingsland Marina acquisition.
The Front Street Shipyard co-owner/president and marketing veteran plan to expand the facility.
A seminar on the politics of workforce development says it’s time for business leaders to be part of the discussion.
Damage is estimated at $1 million.
Boaters gave the marina five-star reviews.
Event will raise funds for veterans’ organization.
The new facility will also include the former Jackson Marine site.
The $6.5 million contract will help repair the catastrophic damage left from Hurricane Matthew.
The area plans to become a major superyacht refit center.
The World Marinas Conference is scheduled for Oct. 25-27 in Athens.
Tavistock Development Company, owner of Pier Sixty-Six Marina, has added slips and dockage for vessels up to 400 feet long on the north and south sides of the 17 Street Causeway in Fort Lauderdale. The property now has 157 slips, representing a 24-percent increase, and 5,000 feet of linear dockage, a 67-percent increase.
The city of Miami and a development team comprising RCI Marine Group and Suntex Marinas have won a key circuit court ruling.