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Oasis Now Managing Cape Charles Yacht Center


Oasis Marinas said it is now managing operations at Cape Charles Yacht Center in Virginia.

Annapolis, Md.-based Oasis won the management contract for the 40-slip facility on the Eastern Shore, Oasis said in a statement.

“Although we have properties all over Maryland and Virginia, Cape Charles Yacht Center is our first one the in this area of Chesapeake Bay, so this is a key property for us and our expansion in the Mid-Atlantic,” said Oasis president Matthew Shipman. “The future development plans for this property are impressive, and our operations team is excited to start to create and deliver remarkable experiences for the Cape Charles audience.”

Cape Charles Yacht Center has 1,500 feet of alongside dockage, an 18-foot-deep channel and a 75-ton lift. The facility can accommodate yachts to 240 feet.



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