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Nautical Ventures buys Northlake Marina

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Nautical Ventures Group purchased the Northlake Marina property in North Palm Beach, Fla. The two-story, 26,300-square-foot building includes a dry stack unit for 66 boats, 10 in-water slips, full service marine fuel docks, a 25 ton TraveLift and Wiggins Marina Bull. The site is about 15 minutes by boat to the Palm Beach inlet.

“After the tremendous consumer response we had from the recent West Palm Beach boat show, combined with the projected demographic growth of the marine industry in Palm Beach, opening our first location here is the logical step,” Roger Moore, CEO of Nautical Ventures, said. “We’ve had our eye on Palm Beach for a while, but when the opportunity came up to take our business model one county north, we jumped on it.”

Nautical Ventures plans to upgrade and modernize the showroom to display watersports equipment, including recreational boats, Hobies, kayaks and SUPs. They are the largest Novurania dealer in North America, and will include a dedicated tender showroom.

Closing is slated for July 2015 with a grand opening expecting in September 2015.

For more information contact Nautical Ventures, +1 954-926-5250 and www.nauticalventures.com.

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