Marinas and AMI
The Association of Marina Industries is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to serving the needs of the marina industry. The AMI was formed when the Marina Operators Association of America and the International Marina Institute merged in 2005.
Staten Island marina getting 100 new slips for upcoming season
Great Kills Marina, at Gateway National Recreation Area, is also under new management.
2020 National Electrical Code steps up power regulation requirements
Ground-fault protection marinas and boatyards is a focal point.
IMBC 2020: Association of Marina Industries rebrands
The group is creating a single, focused brand, with a new logo and new name for its annual conference.
Association of Marina Industries elects board of directors
The new board was announced at the group’s annual IMBC event.
Record attendance for International Marina & Boatyard Conference
The show was up 10 percent over the 2015 record.
Seven Michigan facilities recognized in Clean Marina Program
The voluntary program’s aim is to preserve and protect the Great Lakes and connecting waterways.
Schedule for hurricane preparedness conference announced
The event is designed to help marinas develop and execute plans for dealing with storms.
IMI to host webinar on how Florida marinas survived Irma
The International Marina Institute will host a webinar entitled What Contributed to the Success of Southeast Florida Marinas During Hurricane Irma. Carl Wolf, an IMI instructor and longtime marina consultant, will discuss key findings at marinas he visited in the days after the storm hit Southeast Florida last September.