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Port 32 Marinas buys Tampa Harbour Yacht Club

Tampa Harbour Yacht Club is the fourth marina purchased by Port 32 in Florida in the last three years.

Tampa Harbour Yacht Club is the fourth marina purchased by Port 32 in Florida in the last three years.

Port 32 Marinas, formerly Atlantic Marina Holdings, has acquired Tampa Harbour Yacht Club in Tampa, Fla. The marina has 720 dry slips, 25 leasable wet slips, a fuel dock, transient dock, a pool, an on-site restaurant and commercial space with a dealership known as Family Boating Center.

Port 32 is a marina owner, developer and operator based in Charleston, S.C. “Port 32 considers Tampa Harbour to be among the top marina facilities in the Southeast, particularly on the west coast of Florida,” said Joe Miller, Port 32’s managing principal, in a statement. “We plan to enhance what is already an excellent facility. New management base been put in place. We expect to make a number of improvements to the project, with our primary goal being to maximize our customers’ experience.”

Tampa Harbour will be known as Port 32 Tampa and is the fourth marina purchased by the organization in the last three years. Previous acquisitions include PGA Marina in Palm Beach Gardens, Fort Lauderdale Boatyard and Marina and Tierra Verde Marina Resort. All the names will be changed for uniformity. For example, the Fort Lauderdale location will be known as Port 32 Fort Lauderdale. PGA Marina and Fort Lauderdale Boatyard and Marina are redevelopments that are slated for completion in 2019.

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