Georgia marina expands

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With Georgia's Lake Lanier at near-normal levels, one marina on the lake is expanding to accommodate heavier traffic.

The 28-acre Aquamarina Lazy Days expanded its dockage configuration to include a new covered cruiser dock with extra-large slips and more amenities. Additionally, boat dealer MarineMax has come to the marina with an in-the-water showroom, AccessNorthGa.com reports.

"The addition of our new cruiser dock and the reconfiguration of the marina are both part of our long-range master plan," Andrew Sturner, founder, president and CEO of Aqua Marine Partners, which owns and manages Aquamarina Lazy Days, told the website.

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