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Southern Marinas Acquires N.C. Facility

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Southern Marinas Holdings II announced its purchase of Ocean Isle Marina in North Carolina.

“We are fortunate to acquire such a wonderful asset in this vibrant boating community,” Andrew Gendron, principal and chief investment officer with Southern Marinas, said in a statement.

Ocean Isle Marina, located along the Intracoastal Waterway in Ocean Isle Beach, is about 10 minutes from an inlet that accesses the Atlantic. The full-service marina offers year-round storage and transient dockage, with 460 dry and wet slips accommodating boats to 40 feet.

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The marina also has a service department, fuel dock, ship’s store and boat rentals.

Southern Marinas Holdings II is a partnership between a Denver-based private investment firm and Southern Marinas.



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