THE 2019 MARINA RATES AND INFRASTRUCTURE REPORT IS NOW AVAILABLE

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Mar 3, 2020

The Association of Marina Industries (AMI) 2019 Marina Rates and Infrastructure survey is now available. AMI surveys are made by marina managers for the marina industry to give you the information you need to be successful. 
 
This survey gives you information on comparable boat storage rates throughout the U.S. and Canada for various options, dry stack, and in-water. It also includes information on the age of marina infrastructure at time of repair. 
 
AMI members can purchase the report for $25, while non-members pay $45. https://marinaassociation.org/store_product.asp?prodid=39

 
If you completed the survey, please reach out to Eric Kretsch at EKretsch@MarinaAssociation.Org for your free copy.

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