Southern Marinas Acquires Inlet Harbor Marina

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Southern Marinas Holdings, a partnership between a New York-based private investment firm and Southern Marinas, made its sixth acquisition this year with the purchase of Inlet Harbor Marina in Ponce Inlet, Fla. Terms of the agreement weren’t disclosed.

The marina includes slips for boats to 75 feet, dry storage for boats to 38 feet, a high-speed fuel dock, a lounge, showers, a laundry facility and Off the Hook Grill. It has been recognized as a Florida Clean Marina and Boatyard.

“We are fortunate to acquire such a wonderful asset in this vibrant boating community,” said Andrew Gendron, principal and chief investment officer with Southern Marinas, in a statement. “Inlet Harbor is the perfect addition to Southern’s rapidly growing portfolio of premier marinas.”

The acquisition brings the Southern Marinas portfolio to 12 properties.


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