Marinas remain open amid coronavirus fears – for now

Marina del Rey Puerto Rico

The coronavirus pandemic has already taken a toll on the cruise industry, especially in the Caribbean where several destinations have placed a ban on all cruise ship calls for the remainder of the season. But superyacht marinas remain open and welcoming – with some cautions.

Media around the globe report that the private and charter yacht markets have yet to feel an effect from official sanctions put in place surrounding the pandemic. The reason, some experts are speculating, is based entirely on passenger count. IBI sums up the current situation in the marina and charter sector…

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