The Triton

Marinas and Shipyards

Marinalife hosts contest

ADVERTISEMENT

Marinalife is hosting its third annual Best Marinas contest. Online voting runs through October 31. Marinalife members and boaters can vote for the best transient marina and the marina with the best customer service by visiting marinalife.com/marinacontest.

For two years in a row, the Nantucket Boat Basin in Nantucket, Massachusetts, was voted as the best transient marina and this year tied with Twin Dolphin Marina in Bradenton, Fla. Harbour Town Yacht Basin in Hilton Head, SC, was winner of the best customer service award. This year’s winning marinas will be featured in the winter 2012-2013 issue of Marinalife Magazine and will receive a marketing package valued at $2,000.

There are 8,600 marinas in the Marinalife database that are all eligible to be selected as best marinas in the U.S., Canada, Bahamas, Caribbean, and Central America. Boaters can online at marinalife.com/marinacontest or www.marinalife.com

Related Articles

Agent’s Corner: Can’t leave the US? Protect that B1 and apply for an extension

Agent’s Corner: Can’t leave the US? Protect that B1 and apply for an extension

The Agent’s Corner: by Capt. Deb Radtke COVID-19 has brought a lot of uncertainty to the yachting industry; cruising plans are in flux, some vessels are temporarily laid up. For …

Engineer’s Angle: Transition to LED system easy

Engineer’s Angle: Transition to LED system easy

Engineer's Angle: by JD Anson Years ago, yacht designers and builders had a range of lighting choices, bulbs of every shape and size – but always incandescent. This is where our affinity for …

Top Shelf: Sweets’ Violet Gelato Gingersnap Short Stack

Top Shelf: Sweets’ Violet Gelato Gingersnap Short Stack

Top Shelf: by Chef Tim MacDonald What does it take to run an interior on a busy 180-foot (55m) charter yacht for a year? Not on rotation, but old-school style. In the front trench, with bayonette …

Culinary Waves: Shaking free of sodium takes time, awareness

Culinary Waves: Shaking free of sodium takes time, awareness

Culinary Waves: by Chef Mary Beth Lawton Johnson We as yachties are surrounded by saltwater. We swim in it, fish in it, boat in it. We scrub our bodies with it to freshen our skin. Yet we spend a …

Project Triple Deuce in the works

Craig Timm, yacht broker at Ft. Lauderdale-based 4Yacht, has sold a 728-foot (222m) project expected to cost more than $1 billion to build. Called Project Triple Deuce, the yacht does not yet have …

Ft. Lauderdale trolley expands

Ft, Lauderdale’s Sun Trolley has expanded its beach route to seven-day service, according to a story in the South Florida Business Journal.The trolley runs from the Harbor Shops off 17th Street …

Comments