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‘New’ dockmaster at Marina Bay

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Tara Dirato has returned to Marina Bay Marina Resort in Fort Lauderdale as operations manager and dockmaster.

She was marina manager when long-time dockmaster John Workman was there. She left for about five months and returned in March to take over where Workman left off.

Dirato

“I am excited to be back at Marina Bay,” she said. “There is such a great vibe here with our guests and staff. The marina’s natural beauty also makes coming to work a real pleasure.”

The Marina Bay clubhouse is available to marina guests and includes a conference rooms, fitness center, racquetball and tennis courts, a movie room and resort-style pool. And the company’s new marine-themed hotel, Tryp, has opened on the corner, and it offers special rates for marina guests.

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