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The Market is Changing.
Are You Adapting?
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Marinas have evolved from a place for small runabouts that involved throwing in an additional dock when needed, to today's era, where they might accommodates anything from kayaks to superyachs and range in size from a few boats to thousands of boats.

 

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You Only Get One Chance to Make a First Impression

We’ve all heard how crucial a first impression can be, and we know how a bad first impression can lose the confidence of a prospective or existing customer in your marina. The first impression you give sets the tone for any future relationship. You must look and act accordingly, as though each impression made by you to a customer or potential customer will be their first impression and could be their last. As the saying goes, you only get one chance to make that first impression. It is your opportunity to create an introduction for a possible long-term relationship between you and your customer.

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Building Your Own History ice

As my past Marina Historian articles show, every marina and boatyard is unique, each with its own interesting story. This is also true of the history of the land upon which every marina and
boatyard sits.
The majority of American coastal marinas started post-War War II in the 1950s and 1960s, with most evolving from old shipyards and boatyards. Those former
boatyards are often on sites with 100+ years of other maritime, commercial,
military and industrial uses — some going way back to the earliest settlements in the late 1600s and 1700s.

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ABSORBENTS
ACCESSORIES
ALGAE CONTROL
ANCHORING SYSTEMS
ASSOCIATIONS
BILGE SOCKS
BOAT HAULING
BOAT LIFTS
BOAT STANDS
BREAKWATERS
BROKERS, MARINA
BROKERS, YACHT
BUILDINGS
BUMPERS DOCK & PIER
BUOYS
CLEANING SUPPLIES
COMPOSITES
CONSTRUCTION
CONSULTANTS
DOCKS ACCESSORIES
DOCKS HARDWARE
DOCKS LOCKERS/BOXES
DOCKS SYSTEMS
DOLLIES
DREDGING
DRY STORAGE
EDUCATION
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
ENVIRONMENTAL
FIBERGLASS SUPPLIES
FINANCIAL SERVICES
FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS
FLOATATION
FORKLIFTS
FUEL-HANDLING/DISPENSING
GANGWAYS, DOCK
GUNNEL GUARD
HOLDING TANK SANITATION
ICE CONTROL
INSURANCE, MARINA
INTERNATIONAL
LADDERS
LIFTS/HOISTS
LIGHTING
MANAGEMENT, MARINA
MARKETING
MOORING
PAINT
PEDESTALS
PEST CONTROL
PILINGS
PRESSURE WASHERS
PUMPOUT SYSTEMS/HOLDING
RACKS
REALTORS
SEALANTS
SEAWALLS
SECURITY SYSTEMS
SERVICE SHOP EQUIPMENT
SHRINKWRAPPING
SOFTWARE
TRAILERS
WEB SERVICES

 

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Discover Boating Reports 1.2 Billion Impressions

Marinas International Supports Economic Impact Model

Mercury Promotes Boating and Fishing for Kids

31st Street Marina Adds Floating Pool, Platform

Ft. Lauderdale Boat Show Has “Banner Year”

Miami Boat Show Moves to Marine Stadium


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New Products

Antifouling Paint
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Pettit Marine Paint introduced a water-based antifouling paint, Neptune 5. The new hybrid paint creates a strong film for touch marine environments, yet it self-polishes similar to a season ablative.
www.pettitpaint.com

Deck Railing
Davis Instruments

Trex Company expanded its railing portfolio with the introduction of an ADA-compliant secondary handrails and aluminum gates.
www.trex.com

Dockline Snubber
Davis Instruments

Davis Intruments introduces DockShockle to add a shock absorber to docklines. Available in black, the 12-inch DockShockle safety absorbs shock loads on smaller boats up to 40 feet in length.
www.davisnet.com

Boatlift
Davis Instruments

HydroHoist Marine Group introduces a new line of boatlifts. The HarborHoist™ level lifting frame features rugged polyethylene tanks and a marine aluminum frame structure.
www.boatlift.com

Shrink Wrap Cap
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Dr. Shrink offers the Super Cap, designed to transfer the weight of snow, ice and rain from the top of 2-inch by 4-inch support poles used under shrink wrap storage covers.
www.dr-shrink.com

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