Reviews. We all know them, we all check them. Before heading to that new Sushi place downtown, you check to see what the other locals thought of it. Put simply, the better your online reputation is, the easier it is for people to make the decision to give you a try. If a business has more than nine current reviews, they earn 52% more revenue than the average. If a business has more than 25 current reviews, that increases to 108%. (Source: Womply)
By: , published on July 07, 2021
Raymarine announced that its LightHouse Charts Premium service includes points-of-interest data provided by Marinas.com – the single best source of marina and waterway information for boaters on the web.
By: , published on June 04, 2021
Staniel Cay Yacht Club announced today that they are now operating 21 new moorings in close proximity to the marina.
By: Becky at Dockwa, published on April 02, 2021
We are at a watershed moment for the marina industry - one which will change the face of marina ownership and management for a generation to come. Marinas have always changed hands as owners round out their careers and decide to move on, but historically that change of ownership has been in the form of single purchases – local owner to local owner. Today, we’re entering into a new era of institutional capital and seeing a rise in investors that purchase marinas as part of a larger portfolio of properties. Sale or no sale, that has ramifications for all of us.
By: Mike Melillo, CEO of The Wanderlust Group, published on February 16, 2021
Marinas.com is the world’s best resource for boaters, and strives to be an even better one for boaters and marina owners alike. If you’re a marina owner, arm yourself with info from Marinas.com CEO Mike Melillo.
By: Mike Melillo, CEO of The Wanderlust Group, published on January 26, 2021
Starting mid-summer and leading up to Labor Day Weekend, we’re picking at least one new marina review each day to highlight on the blog and reward the boater for their efforts.
By: Becky at Marinas.com, published on September 02, 2020
As of 3PM ET on August 26, Hurricane Laura is a Category 4 storm headed toward the Gulf coast at upwards of 125mph. Check Marinas.com/Alerts for the Hurricane Laura Alert as marinas share details on facilities updates, hours of operation, dock availability, and more.
By: Becky at Marinas.com, published on August 26, 2020