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New Haulover center open

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Westrec Marinas has completed the rebuild of its marine center near Haulover Inlet in North Miami Beach. The three-story dry stack storage facility can haul and store 508 vessels up to 78,000 pounds or about 60 feet, according to John Louis, Westrec’s southern regional manager. It is hurricane rated for a Category 5 storm.

The new Haulover Marine Center also served as the staging and kick-off area for this year’s Florida Powerboat Club’s poker run to Key West in mid-November.

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