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IGY Marinas has expanded an existing marketing partnership with Red Frog Beach Marina in Panama into an ownership-management agreement. The Fort Lauderdale-based company will begin incorporating IGY’s services and operations, and plans to make “a significant investment” in marina improvements, the company said in a statement.

“We look forward to enhancing our relationship in order to raise the marina’s presence, services and amenities to the next level,” Tom Mukamal, CEO of IGY Marinas, stated in a press release.

Red Frog Beach Marina has 12 megayacht berths that can accommodate vessels in excess of 300 feet (90m), as well as meet their electrical requirements. Marina guests have access to IGY’s Anchor Club Strategic Partners, a support network offering large vessels an array of services, including provisioning, crew training, health services and maritime travel.

The marina also offers guests a full line-up of recreational activities, including surfing at San Blas Islands, zip lining, hiking, underground cave tours and deep-sea fishing. Guests also can enjoy the amenities offered at Red Frog Beach Island Resort & Spa, including use of the pool and golf carts, and shuttle bus service to the beachfront restaurant, Punta Lava, and surrounding areas. Discounts are available on the resort’s jungle lodges and villas, nature spa, function space and on-site eco-tours.

For more information, visit www.IGYMarinas.com.

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