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Improve Access and Improve your Marina Customers’ Experience

Conscious design choices can enhance ease of accessibility within your marina. Learn 5 things that will promote universal access and guarantee a positive experience for all your customers.   A happy, satisfied customer can be a business’s best marketing tool. … 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

Not Your Grandfather’s Unifloat

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Typically on our blog I like to write technical or educational pieces that have an overall focus on marina design best practice, innovation and industry trends. I make a conscious effort to stay away from brand specific pieces as I … Continue reading

A Look at Some of the World’s Largest Floating Concrete Ferry & Cruise Terminals

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Over the past 12 months, Bellingham Marine has completed a handful of floating ferry and cruise ship terminals. With so many terminal installations going in worldwide, I thought it worth a closer look at a few of them. Their design … Continue reading

Marina Fires – Reduce Risk, Minimize Damage

A recent survey asked marina operators what kept them up at night.  A common response mixed with the stresses of managing the day to day operations was fire.  The concern was elevated in the off-season with boats left unattended and … Continue reading

Trends in Marina Design – Looking to 2012

Looking at Bellingham Marine’s many different projects across the globe, gives unique insight into the worldwide trends in marina design.  The company’s clients are diverse and offer a great cross section of the industry – from commercial fishing facilities in … Continue reading

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle…

  We’ve all head the phrase reduce, reuse, recycle. Reduce our level of consumption, reuse a product for another purpose rather than just throwing it away, and once a product can no longer be used recycle it. When I was … Continue reading

Perseverance, Determination and a Passion for all Things Boating

If you’ve ever been involved in a laborious permitting and funding process you know all too well the feeling of victory and the heavy sigh of relief that comes once you receive your final OK to proceed. You’ll also know … Continue reading

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