July 21, 2020

AMI has announced a new survey and report developed to be an update of the long-standing AMI Marina Trends Report, and you will find similar information within.
This report covers the economic outlook of the industry using data collected in early 2020 and reflects the 2019 boating season. The report provides information about the health of the industry and other information to help you run your business. AMI collected this data prior to the COVID-19 crisis.

Information included: average marina age, annual revenues, average occupancy rate, the average number of employees, number of in-water slips and dry storage units, economic outlook information including reflections of the past and expectations of the future, business challenges, and availability and types of financing in the industry.
AMI members can purchase the report for $25, while non-members pay $45. 
If you completed the survey, please reach out to Eric Kretsch at EKretsch@MarinaAssociation.Org for your free copy. Thank you to those who participated in the survey.

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