Safe Harbor acquires Georgia marina

The acquisition of Hideaway Bay Marina on Lake Lanier gives Safe Harbor 90 facilities in 20 states.
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Safe Harbor Marinas acquired Hideaway Bay Marina in Flowery Branch, Georgia. The Dallas-based marina owner and operator said in a statement that it has increased its portfolio to 90 facilities across 20 states.

"We're so excited to add Hideaway Bay to our portfolio," said Jason Hogg, senior vice president of investments for Safe Harbor Marinas, in the statement. "This facility is well protected and sits just 10 minutes from our sister property on the same lake. We are incredibly lucky to add such a remarkable facility and high-class team to our company's already deep bench."

Hideaway Bay serves more than 850 boats annually, according to the statement. Safe Harbor Aqualand is also located on Lake Lanier.

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