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Brewer Yacht Yards Chain Continues Centuries of Maritime Industry: Part One Port of Dubuque

Fifty years ago a young, recent college graduate, Jack Brewer started managing the small Post Road Boat Yard in Mamaroneck, New York, with one employee. Now, half a century later, Brewer Yacht Yards has grown to 23 full-service marinas with full boatyard repair and storage services along the shores of six Northeastern coastal states from Maine to New York, as well along the Mid-Atlantic on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.

 

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Hawaiian Facilities Seek Better Tsunami Protection on Oahu Island Braddock Bay Marina

Being in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, most of Hawaii’s small islands are susceptible to wind and waves. While it makes for great surf along the island of Oahu, facilities on the coast are also susceptible to tsunamis, like the Keehi Marine Center and Haleiwa Small Boat Harbor, which suffered damage after the 2011 earthquake in Japan.

 

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Flamenco Yacht Club and Marina Complements Panama’s Economic Success docks

Vasco Núñez de Balboa trekked across forty or so miles of the Isthmus of Panama in 1513 to become the first European to set eyes on the Pacific Ocean. Few Americans know much else about Panama. Many would be surprised to see a financial district in Panama City that sports a skyline fronting the Bay of Panama, which appears to be a mini Manhattan surrounded by a large belt of tropical rainforest. Panama is booming and leading the way in recreational boating in Central America.

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