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Bellingham Marine Teams up with other Washington State Companies to Find a Solution to Stop Erosion of Louisiana’s Shorelines

As you may be aware, Louisiana’s coastal landscape is washing away at an alarming rate; more than a football field is lost every hour to the Gulf. Home to half of the country’s oil refineries, miles of pipelines that serve … Continue reading

Marina Fires: Critical factors for minimizing loss

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No marina is immune from the possibility of a fire. The risk of fire is just as real for a high-end megayacht marina as it is for a small, modest one. The key for marinas is to minimize their exposure … Continue reading

Advanced Berthing System in Long Beach Greets First Panamax Bulk Carrier

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The unique berth at D44 in Long Beach, California, designed in partnership by Seabulk, world leader in solutions for the marine bulk industry, and Bellingham Marine, world renowned marina builder, was developed in response to a need for an environmentally … Continue reading

LinkedIn Follow & Comment Campaign: A way to encourage interactions amongst industry professionals

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Looking for ways to get professionals within your industry talking and sharing their views and opinions on different social media platforms?  Bellingham Marine’s recent campaign on LinkedIn, which is running May 22nd – June 21st is designed to do just … Continue reading

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Korean Marina Builder, CKIPM, Shares Views About Growth of Marina Industry in South Korea

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Marina Development in South Korea Incredible surroundings, increased economic wealth, and a safe and secure social environment make South Korea an intriguing market for the boating and marina industries. During the last decade, a great deal of effort has been … Continue reading

Understanding Walers: what is a waler?

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Walers are structural beams mounted flush to the deck of the Unifloat concrete floating dock from Bellingham Marine. They attach to the float by long rods threaded at the ends. Called “through rods,” they span the width of the float … Continue reading

Embracing Innovation as a Means to Providing Best Value in Vessel Berthing

Bellingham Marine’s company strategy is fairly simple; provide each client with a solution that provides the best value for their specific project and criteria. In order to find a balance between price and performance, each project must be looked at … Continue reading

Floating Dock Manufacturer, Bellingham Marine, Looks to the Composite Industry for Product Innovations

  With a reputation for leading the marina industry in design excellence, Bellingham Marine looks toward the future with its eyes firmly fixed on innovation and user experience. The company’s unwavering commitment to customer service, engineering excellence, and its R&D … Continue reading

Dock Systems for an Emerging Market: human powered watercraft

If you spend much time at all around the water you’ve likely noticed an increase in the popularity of human powered watercraft – these include row boats, paddle boats, pedal boats, canoes, kayaks, surf skis, standup paddleboards, rowing shells or … Continue reading

Marketing the Green Marina

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More and more marinas are embracing a “green” approach to the design, construction and operation of their facilities.  So, how do marinas that have taken this approach leverage their efforts to market their brand and increase their goodwill? We interviewed … Continue reading

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