Oasis takes over National Harbor Marina

Oct 15, 2018 by Triton Staff

Oasis Marinas, a marina management company based in Baltimore, has been awarded the management contract for National Harbor Marina on the historic Potomac River near Washington, D.C.

The company officially took over the management of National Harbor Marina on Oct. 1, according to a company statement. As part of its agreement, Oasis Marinas will be responsible for day-to-day slip and marina management activities, as well as facilities and grounds maintenance, customer service, marketing activities and more.

National Harbor is a 350-acre mixed-use development with seven hotels, including the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, and MGM National Harbor; offices; residential, tree-lined streets with more than 150 shops and more than 30 restaurants; and attractions such as the Capital Wheel and National Harbor Carousel.

For more information, visit NationalHarbor.com.

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