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MarineMax adds Miami Beach marina

With deep water and easy access to Miami’s Government Cut the new MarineMax location is ideal for sea trials.

With deep water and easy access to Miami’s Government Cut the new MarineMax location is ideal for sea trials.

MarineMax held a grand opening last weekend at its newest location, MarineMax at Miami Beach Marina.

The location is adjacent to Government Cut with no fixed bridges and plenty of deep water, so customers have the opportunity to test drive boats, the company said.

“We are excited to open this new store in the heart of Miami Beach! Being in such a premier location will allow us to have better access to the Atlantic as well as to a wider range of boaters,” said MarineMax Miami Beach general manager Christian Gonzalez in a statement

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