DALLAS, Dec. 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — We are pleased to announce that Safe Harbor Marinas has acquired Chula Vista Marina in Chula Vista, CA and Marina Bay Yacht Harbor in Richmond, CA.
Chula Vista Marina has just under 600 slips and can accommodate vessels up to 120 feet in length. Marina Bay Yacht Harbor has 850 slips and can accommodate boats up to the same length.
The new additions bring Safe Harbor’s total wet and dry slip accommodations to approximately 50,000. The acquisitions increase Safe Harbor’s Californian boating network to 11 locations, and Safe Harbor now owns and operates 134 marinas in 24 states and Puerto Rico.
“We are thrilled to welcome Chula Vista Marina and Marina Bay Yacht Harbor to Safe Harbor,” said John Ray, Safe Harbor’s Chief Transaction Officer. “As the newest members of Safe Harbor, boaters at these locations are about to discover a whole new world of boating lifestyle has just opened to them.”
About Safe Harbor Marinas
Safe Harbor is the largest owner and operator of marinas in the world. The company is dedicated to providing exceptional service and memorable experiences to the global boating community.
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