Monthly Archives: August 2011

A Rebuild can Offer an Opportunity to Reconfigure your Marina

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North Harbour, a city owned marina in Powell River, British Columbia, Canada recently completed a rebuild and reconfiguration project that effectively increased the marina’s moorage space by 19% from 7,943 feet of chargeable moorage space to 9,500 feet. The goal … Continue reading

Single Source Contracting: What is it and what is the benefit?

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Building or renovating a marina can be, and usually is, a long and complicated process. One of the major obstacles these days is the permitting procedure. In order to obtain the necessary permits to move forward a good deal of time … Continue reading

Update your Marina by Making Small Improvements

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If you have an aging marina, and a complete replacement is not feasible there are a number of things you can do to update and beautify your property without taking on a comprehensive rebuild. Lido Yacht Anchorage, located in Newport … Continue reading

Green Labels: tips for marinas looking to purchase green products

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We are entering an era where green and environmentally friendly products and practices are more in demand than ever before.  Nowhere is this truer than in the marina industry.  Marinas operate in some of the world’s most sensitive habitats and … Continue reading

Blogging for Marina Design

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To describe Marina Design as a simple process would be a lie, but it’s not magic. There are quite a few simple things you can do for yourself to ensure that the design of your marina is optimized for your market and … Continue reading