Tag Archives: Unifloat

High Vacancy Rate? Unlock your Marina’s True Potential

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The owners of a marina in Richmond, California were challenged by an outdated, underutilized dock. They found themselves frequently turning away big boats. Their solution, reconfigure the dock they had to maximize slip revenue and create new revenue streams. Bellingham … Continue reading

New Boat Park Addresses Unique Site and Use Requirements

For the residents of Townsville, the process of taking their boat out for a day on the water was riddled with frustration. Long waits and lack of parking combined with the stress often associated with launching and retrieving a boat … 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

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

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