AMI & MDA RELEASE NEW INFRASTRUCTURE AND OPERATIONS SURVEY REPORT

AMI

 

July 17, 2017

The Association of Marina Industries just released the 2017 Operations and Infrastructure Survey Report.

Coordinated with Marina Dock Age Magazine, the report is based on an online survey that was distributed to marinas throughout the country in the spring of 2017.

The survey was completed by over two hundred and thirty marinas. Portions of the final report have been revealed in AMI’s newsletter and Marina Dock Age Magazine.

This report includes an overall description of the presence and age of different infrastructure and equipment at marinas, and operations, including environmental and training.

To purchase the Report click here or contact malves@marinaassociation.org. The cost is $25 for AMI members and $45 for non-members. Anyone who participated in the survey will receive a free copy upon request.
If you completed the 2017 Operations and Infrastructure Survey please contact Eric Kretsch at ekretsch@marinaassociation.org for your FREE copy.

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