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IGY opens megayacht facility in Miami Beach

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IGY Marinas has opened One Island Park – Miami Beach, a megayacht facility with dockage for yachts in excess of 700 feet with a depth of 40 feet. Previously operated as a commercial shipping container port, the marina is located on Terminal Island, home to the Fisher Island ferry terminal and U.S. Coast Guard Sector Miami base.

“We are fully operational,” said Gili Wojnowich, general manager of the facility. “There is shore power providing various configurations of 480-volt, three-phase power up to 630 amps and the ability to receive virtually any service alongside the vessel including fuel trucks, provisioning, transportation, heavy equipment and cranes.”

The property has a crew/captain lounge, office building with restroom and a reception area, as well as wi-fi, parking, security gates and security patrol. Yacht agent and concierge BWA Yachting is located on-site.

The marina is exempt from Captain of the Port (COTP) zone regulations.

“The location of our marina is exempt because its location is physically outside of this security zone area,” Wojnowich said. “This means that vessels berthing at One Island Park can arrive and depart with ease and convenience without providing advance notice or requesting special permission.”

Wojnowich most recently served as operations manager for IGY Marinas corporate. He has served as a general manager for IGY marinas at various facilities, including Montauk Yacht Club Resort & Marina in New York, Newport Yacht Club & Marina in New Jersey, and Yacht Haven Grande in St. Thomas.

The marina is currently open and accepting reservation requests.

Gili Wojnowich, general manager of IGY’s One Island Park in Miami Beach

For more information visit igy-miami.com.

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