The Triton

Business

MIASF has new address in historic district

ADVERTISEMENT

The Marine Industries Association of South Florida has moved to a two-story office building at 221 SW Third Ave. in the historic district of downtown Fort Lauderdale, just steps away from the New River.

MIASF is the largest marine trade organization in the southeastern United States. It was founded in 1961 as a not-for-profit trade group focused on growth of the marine industry in South Florida.

The association has more than 500 members in Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties and is the owner of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

David Reed, owner of Triton Publishing Group, is chairperson of the association’s 2017-2018 board of directors.

Related Articles

RINA performs first remote class survey

RINA performs first remote class survey

Italian classification society RINA has carried out what it calls the world’s first statutory and associated class intermediate surveys with the use of remote technologies. The surveys were …

Stew cleans up with bikini clad crew

By Dorie Cox Stew Stephanie Wahnish said she incorporates the beauty of yachting two ways with her Ft. Lauderdale-based cleaning business, Bikini Boat Wash. She uses attractive blue bikini-clad …

Yacht manager starts own firm

Former yacht management director Clive McCartney has started his own company to offer an alternative to traditional yacht management services, providing a low-cost, basic service to help captains …

London marina installs Seabins

London marina installs Seabins

St. Katharine Docks in central London, managed by Camper & Nicholsons Marinas, has recently installed three Seabins as part of an environmental initiative, according to a marina press …

YachtAid Global executive director resigns

YachtAid Global executive director resigns

After a year of volunteer service, Capt. Tim Forderer is stepping down from his post as executive director of YachtAid Global. Capt. Forderer has worked with YachtAid Global since its early days, …

Comments