Westrec completes dredging at Florida marina

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Westrec Marinas recently completed its monthlong dredging project at Sunrise Harbor Marina in Florida.

The marina also has upgraded electrical pedestals, giving yachts additional 208 and 480 3-phase power. These enhancements add considerable megayacht capabilities to marina amenities and accommodations, the company said in a statement.

"With an 8.5-foot minimum depth at mean low tide throughout inner slips to 10 feet at exterior slips on Dock A, Sunrise Harbor Marina's dredging investment adds significantly to Fort Lauderdale area superyacht facilities," according to Westrec.

The 22-slip private marina is directly across the Intracoastal Bridge from Fort Lauderdale Beach.

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