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IGY Marinas

IGY Marinas

WE BRING THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF SERVICE TO MARINAS
Founded in 2005, IGY focuses on acquiring, managing, and servicing luxury-yacht marinas and the surrounding upland real estate properties.
Headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, IGY also has offices in New York, NY and St. Thomas, USVI. Island Global Yachting Marinas operate under the signature Yacht Haven Grande Collection and the IGY series brands, as well as several private labels.
IGY’s network of properties is setting new standards for service and quality in nautical tourism throughout the world.  The company offers an unprecedented collection of 14 marinas in the Caribbean and Americas, all catering to a variety of vessel types including sportfishers, cruisers, sailing, and motor yachts, as well as being exclusive home ports for some of the world’s largest megayachts. IGY also participates in 10 of the world’s biggest and best sport fishing tournaments, making our marinas in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico and St. Thomas USVI, highly sought after angler destinations.

All IGY destinations are known for the highest levels of management and service. IGY’s Marina Management Services Division offers a complete portfolio of management and training solutions for any marina owner’s needs, from operations and service to branding and marketing, accounting, insurance, development, design and engineering, with in-house professionals to assist clients.

As marina owners themselves, IGY approaches every project from an owner’s perspective in order to maximize revenues, ROI and Customer Service.  Operating in diverse marketplaces, IGY also has a full understanding of and expertise in managing local relationships and cultural/political logistics.  For additional information on Marina Management Services from IGY, please visit our website.

(954) 510-3307
1 Financial Plaza
100 SE 3rd Ave., Suite 802
Florida
Fort Lauderdale
United States
33394

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