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Nautical Ventures takes over Anglers Marina in Dania

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Nautical Ventures Group is now the operator of Anglers Marina in Dania Beach, Florida, through a lease-option arrangement. 

According to a press release from the group, there are big plans in store for the 10-acre marina, which will be rebranded as Nautical Ventures Marine Center. Besides improvements to the overall infrastructure for the 120 wet slips, plans call for the addition of a new 200-unit dry stack, a 15,000-square-foot showroom, a six-bay parts service facility, a ship’s store and a waterfront restaurant with tiki bar. 

A new, custom-built houseboat docked onsite will serve as interim sales, brokerage and boat club office. For more information, visit nauticalventures.com.

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