Predators in Peril – Shark Preservation

A young man playing in the surf off a Cape Cod beach is suddenly attacked and killed by a shark, most likely a great white. This national headline was enough to send chills down the spine of anyone contemplating a trip to the ocean, let alone actually swimming in it But is it really that Read More

Port Personalities – Jacqueline Callender, Bay Street Marina

DOCK MASTER/OFFICE MANAGER BAY STREET MARINA NASSAU, BAHAMAS Describe the first time you remember being on a boat. My first memory was as an adult when I went on a yacht to Florida. It was breathtaking! I could not sleep at all that night; the ocean was absolutely gorgeous. What in life prepared you for Read More

The Association of Bahamas Marinas Partners with Marinalife to Launch Cruising Club

  Nassau, Bahamas – The Association of Bahamas Marinas (ABM), in partnership with Marinalife, today announced the launch of Voyager, a membership program that offers participating boaters exclusive benefits such as discounts, cruising guides and invitations to special events.  The program, which is designed to encourage and support personal cruising throughout the U.S. and Bahamas, Read More

What’s New with Marinalife

Marina Updates Suntex Marinas expands into new locations. Suntex continues to broaden its portfolio by acquiring Hurricane Marina on Center Hill Lake in Silver Point, TN, and Pleasure Cove Marina on Lake Berryessa in Napa, CA. The company also launched a boat rental operation of pontoon and triton boats at Laurel Marina & Yacht Club, Read More

Water World – Worry Free Fresh Drinking Water

Fresh drinking water carried aboard for a day boater is a convenience. For someone cruising or living aboard, it is a necessity. It sounds simple: fill your tank with fresh clean water, use it and repeat. But managing the fresh drinking water system on a boat at times seems anything but easy. From poorly maintained Read More

The Florida Keys Recovery

Last year when Hurricane Irma rumbled toward Florida’s Keys, the entire world held its breath and said a prayer that the delicate strand of islands would weather the storm. Torrential rain and 130 mph Category 4 winds caused extensive damage to homes, businesses, marinas, infrastructure and natural structures. The initial prognosis looked bleak. Those who Read More

What’s New at Oasis Marinas & More!

Marina Updates Oasis Marinas has been awarded the management contract for Coles Point Marina and RV Resort in Hague, Virginia. The property, which is nestled along the Potomac River, has something to offer everyone! From Tim’s Tiki Bar and Restaurant on-site, to its private beach and luxury waterfront cottages, Coles Point has an extensive list of Read More

What’s New with Marinalife

Marina Updates Hawks Cay Resort in Duck Key, Fla. is now partially reopened after sustaining damage from Hurricane Irma. Guests can enjoy the Angler & Ale restaurant, the Calm Waters Spa, the Coral Cay Activities Center, Dolphin Connection, the Sunset Pool, the Boat Ramp and charter fishing excursions. The marina is expected to reopen in Read More

Marinalife Launches New Website, Boosts Benefits for Boaters and Marinas

New Website Features Enhanced Search, Boat Slip Reservations and Marina Success Tracker Baltimore, MD – Marinalife, a leading source for premium content, marina information and cruising concierge services, announces today the launch of its new website, which will offer new features for boaters and marinas. The new site brings enhanced search capability for boaters, as Read More