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Bradford outlines Phase 1 of renovation project

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Bradford Marine, acquired on Jan. 1 by Fort Lauderdale Yacht Harbor, recently released details of the first phase of a renovation project aimed at updating short- and long-term dockage, yacht repair and maintenance, and brokerage sales.

“We are excited to get started on this multi-phase renovation project to revitalize this iconic facility, and continue to build on its esteemed legacy,” stated John Kelly, CEO of Fort Lauderdale Yacht Harbor. 

According to a company press release, Phase 1 of the project will include:

  • Repainting/polishing facility exteriors
  • Landscaping
  • New paving
  • Added parking
  • Added signage for ease of traffic flow
  • Improved security features
  • Gated entrance staffed with security guards
  • On-site, 24/7 security personnel
  • New, upgraded dockside electric service
  • New high-speed broadband service
  • A state-of-the-art crew fitness center
Drawings of the proposed changes.

Bradford Marine, established in 1966, is a full-service marina and shipyard in Fort Lauderdale that accommodates yachts up to 180 feet (55m). For more information, visit Bradford-Marine.com.

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