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Suntex Expands Into California


Suntex Marinas has acquired Seaside Boatyard and Marina, formerly known as The Boat Yard — Channel Islands, in Oxnard, Calif. The purchase represents the marina owner-operator’s first investment in a California property.

“We are excited to gain a quality coastal product in the highly desirable Oxnard community,” Suntex operations vice president Mike Warntjes said in a statement. “Seaside Boatyard and Marina is the foundation to our future strategy around coastal growth in the Southern California market.”

Seaside Boatyard and Marina is a 17.1-acre boatyard and 122-slip marina accommodating boats from 30 to 60 feet. It includes 22 end ties able to accommodate boats up to 85 feet, as well as a 490-space dry storage facility. Seaside’s boatyard is equipped to provide boaters with haul-out services for vessels up to 75 tons.



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