All Marinas and Berthing articles – Page 15

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    Israeli environmental organisations oppose marina expansion plans


    Opposition from a number of environmental organisations is building up against an Israeli government plan to develop five new marinas and expand eight existing ones by 2030, according to a report by the CTech online media outlet.

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    Miami losing millions as marina deal stalls yet again


    The City of Miami, Florida is losing millions of dollars in legal fees and potential revenue in what has become a two-year battle to install a new operator at Rickenbacker Marina on Virginia Key, and now the City Commission has voted to delay the matter until mid-July.

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    Massachusetts marinas fined for Clean Water Act violations


    The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has cited six Massachusetts marinas for violations of the Clean Water Act, ordering five to pay fines.

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    Green light for new Greek marina


    Approval involving a concession agreement to build a new marina on the Dodecanese island of Leros in Greece has recently been given by the Greek tourism minister, Thanasis Theocharopoulos.

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    Four companies vie for St Petersburg marina contract


    Four companies have submitted proposals to renovate and operate the 50-year old St Petersburg, Florida, Municipal Marina, after an unsolicited proposal in April triggered a formal request for proposals from the city.

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    Southern Marinas nets two new Florida properties


    Southern Marinas Holdings, a new partnership between 70-year-old Palm Beach, Florida-based Southern Marinas and a New York investment firm, completed the purchase of two Florida properties in May.

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    Polish investor launches 120-berth marina


    Polish developer PHN S.A. has launched a new marina in Gdynia with a berthing capacity for 120 craft.

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    New marina for northern Poland


    The Polish municipality of Puck has obtained PLN 13m (US$3.4m) in EU funds, allowing its authorities to launch a PLN 40m (US$10.4m) project to build a new marina.

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    Croatian marinas grow revenues in 2018


    Croatian marinas managed to increase revenues to HRK 857m (US$130m) in 2018, up 2.7% compared with a year earlier, according to the Marina Association of the Croatian Chamber of Economy (HGK).

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    Australian marina sector sees moderate revenue and job growth


    Survey provides key indicators on Australia’s marina sector

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    Bellingham completes first phase of Australian marina project


    One of the latest projects for Bellingham Marine in Australia involves the first phase completion of Trinity Point Marina on Lake Macquarie in New South Wales.

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    UK marina operators confirm merger


    UK marina operators Dean Reddyhoff and Quay Marinas today announced that they have officially signed contracts to merge their businesses.

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    UK marina operators merge


    Two of the UK’s biggest marina operators – Quay Marinas Ltd and Dean Reddyhoff Ltd – have agreed to merge. Once finalised later this year, the new combined company will operate the widest network of coastal marinas in the UK.

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    MIA Club Marine Marina Award winners announced


    After two days of active marina industry discussion, the Marinas19 Conference ended with the announcement of the winners of the Marina Industries Association (MIA)-Club Marine Marina Awards 2019-20.

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    Australian MIA to ban single-use plastics at marinas by 2025


    The Australian Marinas Industries Association (MIA) has joined the global fight against plastic waste by announcing at its Marinas19 Conference a new policy aimed at eliminating single-use plastics in the country’s marinas. The conference, held every two years, ran from May 27-28 at the Sea World Resort in Southport on ...

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    D-Marin to manage Dubai marinas


    D-Marin, one of the biggest marina chains in the Eastern Med, has taken over the management of three marinas – Al Seef, Marasi and Jaddaf Waterfront in Dubai

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    Safe Harbor acquires 80th US property


    Safe Harbor Marinas in the US has purchased New England Boatworks (NEB) in Portsmouth, Rhode Island, bringing to 80 the number of properties the Dallas, Texas-based company owns in 18 states and making it, the company claims, the “largest and most geographically-diversified owner and operator of marinas in North America.” ...

  • With 1,100 berths, Alimos Marina is one of the Mediterranean's largest facilities of its kind

    Aktor Concessions wins Greek marina bid


    Greek company Aktor Concessions SA has been selected as the preferred bidder via e-auction for the right to manage and exploit Alimos Marina in Athens for a 40-year period, Greece’s assets fund (HRADF) announced at the end of April as part of its ongoing marina privatisation programme.

  • Works are well underway at Gold Coast-based The Boat Works

    Australia’s largest SY marina and shipyard nears completion


    Superyachts, pyrotechnics, superbikes, Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate, and many others combined to commemorate the unveiling of Stage 1 of Australia’s newest – and largest – superyacht marina and shipyard earlier this month.

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    Cypriot marina receives Gold Anchor Platinum award


    Limassol Marina, the first full-service superyacht marina in Cyprus, has received the prestigious 5 Gold Anchor Platinum Award – the highest distinction for exceptional marinas across the world, providing outstanding customer services and facilities.