Palm Beach Readies Revamped Marina

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The Town of Palm Beach Marina is slated to open on Nov. 1, following a $40 million renovation to the facility that began last May.

Upgrades include a new floating dock system, enhanced security and technological updates such as updated shore power and high-speed Wi-Fi.

The sole public marina on the island of Palm Beach will accommodate vessels from 60 to 294 feet. Guests will have complimentary access to its nearby par 3 oceanfront golf course as well as tennis courts and the nearby Morton and Barbara Mandel Recreation Center.

“The Town of Palm Beach Marina is proud to reintroduce a new state-of-the-art landmark facility which will further elevate the classic Palm Beach lifestyle,” said dockmaster Mike Horn in a statement. “The impressive enhancements and upgraded world-class amenities will provide patrons with a best-in-class experience.”

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