MarineMax Vacations marks fifth anniversary

MarineMax Vacations said it is celebrating its fifth anniversary this year with a fleet of more than 60 boats.
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MarineMax Vacations said it is celebrating its fifth anniversary this year with a fleet of more than 60 boats, including power catamarans, monohull sailboats and sailing catamarans from their base at Hodges Creek Marina in the British Virgin Islands.

Starting with 13 sailboats, MarineMax Vacations delivered its first charter in the British Virgin Islands on Jan. 19, 2012. The company said that more than 15,000 guests have since vacationed with it.

With the introduction of the power catamaran fleet, MarineMax Vacations said it has attracted a large number of new travelers to the BVI, primarily powerboaters.

MarineMax Vacations, with its customized Aquila power catamaran fleet, said it was voted Best BVI Yacht Charter Company.

“Our goal has been not only to raise the standard of the charter vacation experience in the British Virgin Islands, but to do so in conjunction with growing the local industry overall with the introduction of a first-time charter guest. Some of these new guests are now returning for their fourth charter vacation with us,” MarineMax Vacations charter division vice president Raul Bermudez said in a statement.

“We are very excited to be celebrating five years of exceeding our goals, as well as customer expectations, and look forward to our continued growth worldwide.”

“MarineMax is passionate about exceeding our customers’ expectations and enhancing their passion for the boating lifestyle,” MarineMax president and CEO Bill McGill said. “MarineMax Vacations is another way we are able to help our customers enjoy the boating lifestyle and enhance their passion for it.”

MarineMax Vacations said it will celebrate the anniversary throughout the year with two opportunities to win a free charter vacation and special savings on reservations made in 2017.


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