Safe Harbor Marinas Acquires Five Southeast Locations

The company now has 105 locations across the country.
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The Peninsula Yacht Club, which was among five locations acquired by Safe Harbor Marinas, is located on Lake Norman in Charlotte, N.C.

The Peninsula Yacht Club, which was among five locations acquired by Safe Harbor Marinas, is located on Lake Norman in Charlotte, N.C.

Safe Harbor Marinas has acquired Peninsula Yacht Club, Skippers Landing Marina, Kings Point Marina, Bahia Bleu Marina and Reserve Harbor Yacht Club.

The first three locations are on Lake Norman in Charlotte, N.C.; Bahia Bleu is located in Savannah, Ga., and Reserve Harbor is in Pawleys Island, S.C.

Safe Harbor has expanded its network to 105 marinas across 22 states with the additions.

The Bahia Bleu Morningstar Marina is located in Savannah, Ga.

The Bahia Bleu Morningstar Marina is located in Savannah, Ga.

"We're especially excited to welcome these incredible properties to Safe Harbor," said Safe Harbor chief investment officer Jason Hogg in a statement. "We're thrilled to expand our presence on Lake Norman…and to open two additional transient destinations in Savannah… and coastal South Carolina. All five properties are high quality additions to our portfolio."

"From the beginning, we set out to create the world's first true network for boaters. We bring our members an experience unlike anything that has ever existed before,” said Safe Harbor chief marketing officer Brad Alesi. “We welcome our newest members and are excited to introduce them to the lifestyle that awaits all Safe Harbor Members.”

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