Marinas.com names Boater’s Choice Award winners

Marinas.com announced the Boater’s Choice Award winners for top marinas after tallying 26,800 entries.
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Marinas.com announced the Boater’s Choice Award winners for top marinas after tallying 26,800 entries.

The site issued awards for the best all-around marinas, best transient marinas, best home port marinas, most family-oriented marinas, best resort destination marinas, best marinas with the repair and service yards, and best marina restaurant and bars.

The top 10 all-around marina winners are:

  • Albemarle Plantation, Hetford, N.C.
  • Bay St. Louis Municipal Harbor, Bay Saint Louis, Miss.
  • Canyon Lake Marina, Canyon Lake, Texas
  • Hyatt River Marsh Marina, Cambridge, Md.
  • Key West Harbor Yacht Club, Key West, Fla.
  • Marina de Vilamoura, Algarve, Portugal
  • Nantucket Boat Basin, Nantucket, Mass.
  • Palm Harbor Marina, West Palm Beach, Fla.
  • River Dunes Harbor Club, Oriental, N.C.
  • Spring Cove Marina, Solomons Island, Md.

Click here for the list of winners.

Marinas.com has more than 12 million visitors each year and provides information for 17,000-plus marinas.

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