Safe Harbor Marinas buys Old Port CoveJan 23, 2018 by Triton Staff
Safe Harbor Marinas bought Old Port Cove Holdings Inc. (OPC) of North Palm Beach, Florida, according to an announcement. The Dallas-based company will acquire all three of OPC’s full-service marina properties in Palm Beach County; Old Port Cove Marina, North Palm Beach Marina and New Port Cove Marine Center.
The three marinas provide berths for 650 vessels ranging from 20 to 200 feet. The deal includes Cove Plaza, a 48,000-square-foot office/retail complex and Sandpiper’s Cove Restaurant and Bar on the waterfront at Old Port Cove Marina.
OPC initially consisted of Old Port Cove Marina in the 1970s, New Port Cove Marine Center was added in 1988 and North Palm Beach Marina in 1989. Old Port Cove Marina was the first marina facility in Palm Beach County to be designated a Clean Marina by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. The other two marinas soon followed.
For more information, visit www.SHMarinas.com.
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