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    Introduction and Data Base Survey
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    Correlation analysis
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    Appendix I: Data Base Questionnaire
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    Appendix II: Engineering Questionnaire
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    Appendix III: Marina addresses
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A SURVEY OF SMALL-CRAFT
RECREATIONAL MARINAS .IN FLORIDA

BY

P.V. Rao, J.J. Elnerson, J.A. Einerson and
A.J. Mehta*


Technical Paper No. 18
August 1980








Department of Statistics
*Department of Coastal & Oceanographic Engineering
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611




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It was published by the Marine Advisory Prograin which functions
as a component of the Florida Cooperative Extension Service,
John T. Woeste, Dean, in conducting Cooperative Extension work in
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TABLE OF CONTENTS


TITLE PAGE
Introduction. . . . . 1
Data Base Survey . . . . 1
Data Base Survey: Question by Question Results . . 4
Engineering Survey . . . . . 11
Engineering Survey: Question by Question Results ...... 13
Correlation Analysis . . . . 19
APPENDIX I: Data Base Questionnaire. .... .. . 22
APPENDIX II: Engineering Questionnaire ... . . 25
APPENDIX III: Marina Addresses . .... . . 28












1. INTRODUCTION
Recreational marinas for small crafts constitute a major industry
in the state of Florida where tourism is a primary source of income.
Although exact figures are not available, it is estimated that the
marina industry in the state is in excess of one billion dollars.
Despite the large number of marinas, information on the problems
associated with their design, maintenance, and impact on the environment
and coast of Florida is at best sketchy. No statewide comprehensive
study has been made thus far. The study was carried out in two stages.
In the first stage the objective was to establish a comprehensive data
base to develop an overall picture of the kinds of marinas in Florida's
coast and their available facilities. The objective of the second stage
was to identify some of the engineering and design problems of Florida
coastal marinas and boatyards. Questionnaires were used in both stages
of data collection.

2. DATA BASE SURVEY
The questionnaire used in the data base survey was designed to
separate marinas on fresh water from those on salt water, marinas with
wet slips from those without, and to consider variables such as type of
ownership, capacity, primary activity, months of heaviest use, launching
facilities and various services offered.
A preliminary version of the questionnaire was tested at the Marina
Boatyards Conference held in Spring 1979, and the final version (see
Appendix I) was mailed to a list of 633 marina and boatyard addresses
throughout the state. This mailing list was compiled by supplementing a
list of addresses provided by the Florida Marine Advisory Program with
addresses listed in Florida Boating Saftey Manual. Only coastal marinas
and boatyards were included in the list.
In response to the first mailing, 182 questionnaires were returned.
Of these 50 were unopened indicating that these marinas are either
non-existent or are public launching facilities. A second mailing of
the questionnaire occurred approximately four weeks later. This mailing
was accompanied by a joint letter from the president of Marine Industries
Association of Florida and the Chairman of Marina Boatyard Conference
strongly urging the recipient to return the questionnaire. The response
to the second mailing was 150 bringing the total response (excluding













unopened questionnaires) to 282. A third attempt to contact the non-
respondents -this time through marine advisory agents and a letter from
the statistician yielded 77 more responses, resulting in a total of 309
responses. Table 2.1 shows the geographic distribution of the question-
naires across the state. For the purpose of reporting,


Table 2.1 Geographic Distribution of Questionnaires

Region Counties in No. No. Percent
the region sent returned returned

1 Escambia, Santa Rosa 57 23 40
Okaloosa, Walton

2 Bay, Gulf, Franklin 32- 14 44
Wakulla

3 Taylor, Dixie, Levy, 42 23 55
Citrus, Hernando,
Pasco

4 Hillsborough, 53 35 66
Pinellas

5 Manatee, Lee, 58 36 62
Sarasota, Collier,
Charlotte

6 Monroe 53 29 55

7 Dade 41 28 68

8 Broward 60 27 45

9 Palm Beach 37 19 51

10 Martin, St. Lucie, 47 21 45
Indian River

11 Brevard 35 16 46

12 Volusia, Flagler, 41 21 51
Putnam, St. Johns

13 Clay, Duval, .41 17 42
Nassau

TOTAL 597* 309* 52


*The numbers exclude unopened questionnaires
















Figure 2.1


41/51%




-- 35/46%
47/45

I 47/45%


NUMBERS WITHIN STATE ECUNORY REGIONN
NUMBER

NUMBERS OUTSIDE STATE BOUNORY: NUMBER
SURVEYS SENT/ PERCENTAGE RETURNED


a













as well as sampling in the second stage of the study, the Florida coast
was divided into 13 regions by combining adjacent counties to yield
regions with approximately the same number of listed marinas. Figure
2.1 displays this assignment of counties into regions. Table 2.1
shows the counties making up each of the regions as well as the number
of questionnaires sent and returned for each region.
An inspection of Table 2.1 shows that the marinas and boatyards
contacted by the survey were fairly uniformly scattered throughout the
Florida coast; between 40 and 60 percent of the marinas responded from
each region. Consequently, the information collected from the returned
questionnaires may be regarded as representative for the whole area. A
detailed discussion of the responses is presented in the next section.
Appendix III contains the addresses of marinas responding to the data
base survey.

3. DATA BASE SURVEY: QUESTION BY QUESTION RESULTS
In this section, the data base survey results are presented. The
actual question is posed as in the questionnaire and is followed by a
summary table and brief comments, if any.


QUESTION 1
Is the marina located on:
a. freshwater b. saltwater


Summary Table 3.1
Type of Water Percent
Fresh 14
Salt 86


Comments: As expected, the majority of marinas are located on saltwater


QUESTION 2
Type of waterbody the marina is located on:*
a. river c. canal e. gulf
b. lake d. bay f. ocean












Summary Table 3.2
Waterbody
river
lake
canal
bay
gulf
ocean


Percent
41
4
14
32
6
3


Comments: Approximately 75% of the marinas are located on rivers and
bays. The large percentage for river locations is partly due to the
fact that the Intracoastal Waterway is defined as a river. The remainder
of the marinas are located on canals, the Gulf, lakes, and the ocean in
order of decreasing percentage.


QUESTION 3
Type of
a.
b.
c.


marina:
privately owned
municipally owned and operated
municipally owned privately operated


Summary Table 3.3
Ownership Percent
privately owned 87
municipally owned and operated 10
municipally owned privately operated 3


Comments:
Nearly all, i.e. 87%, Florida coastal marinas are privately owned.


QUESTION 4
Primary
a.
b.


marina operations:
wet slips c
dry stack d


boatyard-hull repair
other












Summary Table 3.4
Operations
wet slips
dry stack
hull repair
wet slips and dry stack
wet slips and hull repair
dry stack and hull repair
wet slips, dry stack, and hull repair
other


Percent
75
32
41
24
29
16
8
44


Comments: Wet slips were listed by 75% of the marinas as a primary
operation while less than half offer hull repair or dry stack. (Because
a respondent may select more than one category when answering the question:
percentages in the table do not add up to 100).


marina:
number of wet slips
maximum vessel foot capaci
number of dry stack slips
maximum vessel foot capaci
number of moorings
maximum draft at low tide
boatyard-hull repair 1.
hull foot capacity_


.ty ft.


ty ft.


yes
Et.


ft.
2. no


Summary Tables
Table 3.5a
No. of wet slips
1-50
51-100
101-150
151-200
201-250


QUESTION 5
Size


Percent
64
22
6
5












Table 3.5b
Ft. capacity of wet slips Percent
1-50 48
51-100 40
101-150 7
151-200 2
201-250 2


Table 3.5ab (percentages)
No. of vet slips Foot capacity
1-50 51-150 151+
1-50 40 22 2
51-150 8 19 1
151+ 1 6 1


Table 3.5c
No. of dry stacks Percent
1-50 26
51-100 21
101-150 19
151-200 13
201-250 21


Table 3.5d
Ft. capacity of dry stack Percent
1-50 89
51-100 11












Table 3.5cd (Percentages)
No. of Dry Stacks Foot capacity
1-50 51-100
1-50 21 5
51-150 37 3
151+ 31 3


Table 3.5f
Ma.imum draft at low tide Percent
0-10 82.
11-30 11
30+ 1
do not know 6


Table 3.5h
Hull ft. capacity for boatyard repair Percent
1-40 4
21-40 38
41-60 31
61-80 16
81-100 11


Comments:
In response to part a of the question, 13% of the marinas do not have
wet slips. Of those who do, 64% have fewer than 50 wet slips and 88% have a
foot capacity of less than 100 feet. Of the marinas with less than 50 wet
slips, 40% have a foot capacity of under 50 feet.
From part c, it was found that 62% do not have dry stacks. For those who
do, percentages of dry stack capacities are found in Table 3.5d. And from
part e of question 5, responses indicated that most marinas, 87%, do not have
moorings.
The majority of marinas reported a maximum draft at low tides of less than
ten feet, as seen in Table 3.5f. In response to part g, 55% of marinas do not
offer hull repair; of those who do, 73% offer it for boats less than 60 feet and
27% repair boats between 60 and 100 feet.












QUESTION 6
Primary activity of marina customers:
a. private recreation c. commercial fishing
b. commerical recreation d. cargo


Summar Table 3.6
Activity Percent
private recreation 92
commerical recreation 16
coamerical fishing 15
private & commercial recreation 13
private rec. & commercial fishing 13
coaeerical rec. & fishing 6
cargo 1


Comments: Almost all, 92%, coastal marinas in Florida
private recreation.


are open for


QUESTION 7
Which are the
1. January
2. February
3. March


months of
4. April
5. May
6. June


heaviest user
7. July
8. August
9. September


activity?
10. October
11. November
r 12. December


Summary Table 3.7
Marinas (%) with this
Month as a most active month


Month


Marinas (%) with this
as a most active month


January
February
March
April
May
June


July
August
September
October
November
December












Comments: Marinas in Florida are busiest in spring and early summer
months, namely March through July. These months generally offer boaters
fair sea conditions and temperatures.


QUESTION 8
Is the marina open all year?
a. yes b. No


Comments: The response indicated that over 99% of Florida marinas are
open all year, the remaining 1% only closing for short periods of time.
This response was expected due to Florida's year-round fair climate.


QUESTION 10
What are the launching facilities?
a. ramp f. capacity tons
b. forklift g. mobile hoist
c. lift h. capacity tons
d. capacity _tons i. railway
e. rail hoist j. capacity tons


Summary Table 3.10
Facility Percent Average capacity (tons)
ramp 45 N/A
forklift 29 N/A
lift 30 41.4
rail hoist 8 39.4
mobile hoist 16 37.1
railway 7 34.5
Comments: The most popular type of launching facility among Florida
marinas is the ramp followed by lifts and forklifts. Few marinas offer
mobile hoists, rail hoists, or railway launching facilities. The average
capacities for lifts, rail hoists, mobile hoists and railways range in
order from 41.4 tons to 34.5 tons.
Percentages of marinas offering various additional services are
listed in table 3.11.









11


Summary Table 3..11
Service
Fuel & Lubrication
Ice
Groceries
Boating equipment
Beverage sales
Tackle & Bait
Scuba equipment
8 service
New boat sales
Used boat sales
Brokerage services
Engine sales
Boat rentals
Sail
Row
Power
Canoe


Percent
75
68
22
69
65
41
7


47
60
46
50
24
8
6
17
4


Service Percent
Dock boys 27
Engine repairs 63
Boat & Engine parts 56
Hull repair 48
Electronic repair 30
Dockside electricity 68
Laundry 24
Sewage pumpout 12
Restaurant 34
Telephone (for boats) 29
Showers & toilets 56
24 hour security 44
Picnic area 28
Charter boat fishing 23
Head boat fishing 9
Tour boat (scenic) 11
Diving tour boats 8
Powered ski 3


4. ENGINEERING SURVEY
The questionnaire for the engineering survey was designed to provide
information on items such as tide and wake activities, materials used
for dock construction and problems due to siltation, storms and materials
of construction. A preliminary version of the questionnaire was tested
in the Marina Boatyard Conference held in Spring 1979. The final version
of the questionnaire is shown in Appendix II.
The engineering questionnaire was mailed to a random sample
of 107 marina operators. This random sample was selected by stratifying
the 282 respondents to the first two mailings of the data base question-
naire using the 13 regions as the strata. Marinas on fresh water and
those without wet slips were deleted from the data base before selecting
the sample. Approximately 50% of the marinas in each of the 13 regions
(strata) were selected at random.













Response to the first mailing of the questionnaire was about 40%.
A second contact, which consisted of a second mailing of the questionnaire
and an attempt to directly contact the non-respondents by telephone
and/or the marina agents produced a total of 80 responses.


Table 4.1 Distribution of Questionnaires in Engineering Survey


No.
respondents*


No. in
sampling frame


1 15
2 14
3 23
4 25
5 36
6 29
7 23
8 26
9 19
10 19
11 16
12 19
13 16
TOTAL 282
* Those responding


9
8
7
23
31
27
21
15
17
14
16
14
7
209
to the first two mailings


5
4
4
12
16
14
9
8
9
7
8
7
4
107
of the


3
3
2.
10
14
7
8
6
5
6
8
4
4
80
data base questionnaire.


Table 4.1 shows the distribution of marinas in the sampling frame
before and after deletion of the marinas on fresh water and those without
wet slips. The table also shows the number of questionnaires actually
sent out and the number returned.
An inspection of Table 4.1 shows that marinas and boatyards responding
to the first two mailings of the data base questionnaire are fairly
evenly scattered across the strata (regions). Thus the sample of 80
questionnaires which were actually returned may be reasonably regarded
as a stratified random sample of the marinas on the Florida coast.


Region


No.
sent


No.
returned


*











5. ENGINEERING SURVEY: QUESTION BY QUESTION RESULTS
Section 5 presents a summary of results from the engineering survey.
The question is posed as in the questionnaire and is followed by a
summary table and comments. Because the percentages are estimated using
returns from a random sample of marinas, the summary tables include the
standard errors associated with these estimates.


QUESTION 1
Marina size
1. length of marina: ft.
2. width of marina : ft.
3. area acres
4. depth of water below low tide:
5. width of main entrance to marina:


ft.
ft.


Summary Tables
Table 5.la
Length (ft.)
small (under 200)
medium (200-600)
large (over 600)
don't know


Table 5.1b
Width (ft.)
small (under 200)
medium (200-600)
large (over 600)
don't know


Table 5.1c
Area (acres)
small (less than 3)
medium (3-7)
large (over 7)
don't know


Percent
14
54
18
14



Percent
36
42
8
14



Percent
31
25
20
24


Std. error
11.5
5.0
3.7
3.4



Std. error
4.7
4.5
2.7
3.6



Std. error
4.9
4.5
4.1
4.3











Table 5.1d
Depth below low tide Percent Std. error
under 4 feet 23 4.0
4-8 feet 61 5.1
over 8 feet 14 3.4
don't know 2 1.6


Table 5.le

Width of
main entrance Percent Std. error

under 40 feet 15 3.4
40-120 feet 48 4.9
over 120 feet 24 4.3
don't know 13 3.0


Comments: Results of Question 2 summarize the sizes of Florida coastal
marinas in terms of length and width in feet, area in acres, depth of
the water below low tide and width of the main entrance to the marina,
both in feet.
Over half the marinas, 54%, are from 200 to 600 feet in length; 14%
are less than 200 feet and 18% are longer than 600 feet. The remaining
14% did not know the marina lengths
A majority of marinas, 78%, are less than 600 feet wide, as shown
in Table 5.1b. Of those, 36% are under 200 feet and 42% are between 200
and 600 feet in width. Again, 14% are unaware of the marina width.
The third part of Question 1 reported similar percentages in each
category of area in acres. As shown in table 5.1c, 31%, 25%, and 20%
have an area of less than 3 acres, 3 to 7 acres and over 7 acres respec-
tively. A large percentage, 24%, reported they did not know the area.
This may be because the question did not make clear whether land area
alone or area including water was desired.
Part four of the question indicates that a majority of marinas,
61%, have a depth below low tide of 4 to 8 feet; 23% reported a depth of
under 4 feet and 14% indicated a depth of over 8 feet.












Finally, from Table 5.1e, results show that nearly half of the
marinas have a main entrance from 40 to 120 feet wide while 15% and 24%
have widths of under 40 feet and over 120 feet respectively. 13% did
not know the main entrance width.


QUESTION 2
Marina age; ownership and dredging
1. How old is your marina? years
2. How long have you owned marina? years
3. How many times has the marina been dredged by you?


Summary Tables
Table 5.2a

Age of
marine (yrs)

less than 15
16-25
over 25


Table 5.2b
Years of current
ownership

15 and under
over 15


Percent

50
32
28




Percent

75
25


Std. error

5.0
4.7
4.6




Std. error

4.0
4.0


Table 5.2c


No. times
dredged

0
1
2 or more


Percent

66
19
15


Std. error

5.2
4.2
3.9


Comments: Responses to the first part of question 2, age of marina in
years, were categorized into three age groups. Results show that 40% of
marinas are less than 15 years old, 32% are from 16 to 25 years, and 28%
are over 25 years olds.


_ _~IL~L












Table 5.2b indicates that a fair majority of marinas, 75% have been
under current ownership for 15 years or less.
Under current ownership, most marinas, 66%, have never been dredged;
34% have been dredged at least once.


QUESTION 3
Maximum range of tide from low water to high water ft.


Summary Table 5.3
Max. range of tide (ft) Percent Std. error
under 1 6 1.6
1 to 4 79 3.9
over 4 12 3.3
don't know 3 1.9


Comments: Table 5.3 shows that most marinas, 79%, experience a 1 to 4
foot maximum range of tide from low water to high water. Six percent
and 12% claimed the maximum range to be under 1 foot and over 4 feet,
respectively.


QUESTION 4
Do you have a siltation problem?
1. yes, problem is severe
2. yes, but problem is not severe
3. no, there is no siltation problem


Summary Table 5.4
Siltation problem Percent Std. error
none 25 4.2
not severe 56 5.6
severe 19 5.6


Comments: In Question 4 owners were asked to indicate whether or. not a
siltation problem existed with their marinas. A large majority, 75%, of
owners consider siltation to be a problem in their marinas. Of those,
19% have severe siltation problems and 56% have problems which are not
severe. The remaining 25% report they have no siltation problem.









17


QUESTION 5
Siltation occurs
1. throughout the marina
2. near the main entrance
3. in some parts of the marina only


Summary Table 5.5
Siltation occurrence Percent Std. error
throughout 33 5.7
entrance 15 5.6
parts 36 5.7


Comments: Although in the previous question 75% of the owners said they
had a siltation problem, 84% responded when asked in Question 5, where
siltation occurs. Perhaps some owners do not consider siltation a
problem when it does actually occur in their marinas. Of those responses,
33% and 36% have siltation occurring throughout the marina and only in
some parts, respectively. Siltation occurs near the main entrance in
15% of the marinas.


QUESTION 6
Have you experienced wake activity that has damaged docked boats,
boat movement, or launching?
1. yes 2. no


Summary Table 5.6
Wake activity damage Percent Std. error
yes 45 5.6
no 55 5.6


Comments: Damage to docked boats, boat movement, or launching due to
wake activity is experienced by 45% of the marinas. 55% reported no
damage.












QUESTION 7
Dock construction
1. docks are mostly timber
2. docks are mostly concrete
3. docks are timber and concrete
4. are floating docks used? a. yes


Summary Table 5.7a
Dock construction
concrete
timber
both


Summary Table 5.7b
Floating docks
yes
no


Percent
56
21
23



Percent
35
65


Std. error
5.6
5.6
4.7.



Std. error
4.8
4.8


Comments: In table 5.7a, information concerning materials of dock
construction is summarized: 56% of marinas in Florida have concrete
docks, 21% have timber docks, and 23% have docks constructed of both
timber and concrete. 35% of the docks are floating as shown in table
5.7b.


QUESTION 8
Have you experienced storms that partially or wholly inundated the


marina?
1. yes


2. no


Summary Table 5.8
Storm damage
.yes.
no


Percent
33
67


Std. error
4.8
4.8


Comments: In response to Question 8, a.majority of owners, 67%, reported
no storm damage to their marinas.


b. no












QUESTION 9
Do you have a problem with materials of construction deteriorating
in water due to weathering or due to marine life?
1. yes 2. no


Summary Table 5.9
water damage Percent Std. error
yes 81 4.7
no 19 4.7


Comments: Deterioration of construction materials due to weathering or
marine life occurs in 81% of Florida marinas.


QUESTION 10 -
If yes, list up to four severely.deteriorated items.


Comments: Piling deterioration, both wood and concrete, is the most
common problem; docks and seawalls were also frequently listed. Other
responses included deterioration of steel materials, plumbing and electri-
cal equipment, hardware, and concrete items.


QUESTION 11
List two construction problems you may have had in your marina.


Comments: Obtaining permits for building docks and dredging is the most
common construction problem marinas face. Installation of pilings is
also a problem for many marinas as is building seawalls. Other construc-
tion problems suggested were the installation of plumbing and electrical
fixtures, building docks, and dredging.

6. CORRELATION ANALYSIS
A summary of some of the significant correlations present in the
responses to the engineering survey is given in this section. The
Kruskal-Goodman measure of association, usually denoted by y, was used
to measure correlation between several pairs of variables, such as












number of dredgings and number of years the marina was owned, the severity
of siltation problem and the number of dredgings, and so on. Note that
the interpretation of a calculated value of y is similar to the interpre-
tation of r, the classical product moment correlation coefficient. The
value of y ranges from -1 to +1. A positive association (i.e. a positive
value of y) implies that the values of the two variables tend to increase
or decrease together, while a negative association means an increase in
the value of one variable is associated with a decrease in the value of
the other. The value y=~ corresponds to the case where the variables
are not associated.
A statistically significant positive association (y=.62 .22) was
found between the number of years a marina was owned and the number of
dredgings. However, no significant association was found between years
of ownership and severity of siltation problem nor between number of
dredgings and severity of siltation problem (OWN-SILT y= .00 .32,
DREDG-SILT y=-.23 .34). Thus, it is reasonable to conclude that while
the number of dredgings increased with ownership years, the length of
ownership did not have an effect on the severity of the siltation problem.
This lack of correlation could possibly be explained by the fact that
those who owned the marinas for a longer period of time have done more
dredging (note the positive OWN-DREG y-value),. thereby eliminating the
siltation problem. A detailed analysis of the data will be needed if
one wishes to explore these and other similar questions concerning the
interrelationship of various correlations.
An analysis of association of geographic location of the marinas
with severity of siltation problem and number of dredgings was carried
out by separating the marinas on the West Coast (Regions 1-6 in Fig.
2.1) from those on the East Coast (Regions 7-13 in Fig, 2.1). The
y-value for marinas on the East Coast were not significant (DREDG-LOC
y=.27 .36, SILT-LOC y=.27 .32), but those for the West Coast were
significant (DREDG-LOC y.48 .34, SILT-LOC y=.47 .34). These numbers
lead to the conclusion that while the severity of siltation problem and
the number of dredgings are not associated with geographic location of
the marinas (north vs. south) on the East Coast, southern marinas on the
West Coast tended to have fewer dredgings and more siltation problem
than those located in the north.









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Finally, it must be noted that conclusions presented in this section
and those in other parts of this report which use owner's subjective
answers reflect their perception of the prevailing conditions. Different
individuals could well interpret the same conditions in different ways.
For example, the same amount of siltation could be viewed as.a severe
problem by one marina operator and as no problem by another. Objective
criteria should be developed and used to further explore the possible
problem areas which this pilot study has identified.
















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marin. iMd boaltyuti So plsawe complete the
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At a Iller data, we plan t send to selected aprators
lolowsup no ivey on suoen f l hs legl. business nd
engineering problns in your marlin so shat soAltios snay
be souhlt to lleviate theseproblaUm
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APPENDIX I: Data Base Questionnaire
















Florida

Recreational

Marina/Boatyard

Study


Niari of person filling out thli form:
Position of the poison filling out this form:
Name of the marin/boatyard:


,uaUrau s1 meI ngsmnauuas-yar-;
Name of the waterbody whoe your marina Is located:


I. Is she mnaing located on: (Chack onel
a. fleh Waie, L b. Salt Wait(r Q


2. Type o watesbody the maula Is located on:
(Che.k one)
a. REvil c.CanmlO Gull
bI I ke a B4 y 0 1. Ocea n


3. Type of mealns: (Check eoael
a. Plivaely owned l
b MuIicipaJvlownOd and Omlrated 0
c. Mlunicipally owned Psiviatly OperatedO


4. Pimrey nmulna operations: (Check a l that *aply
. Wal lips D c. Bosvyuad -hul I e ai,
b. Dry stack 0 d. Other (plIlas deiscibel)


6. Sire of mulna: (fill In appropislta spaces
Numlier of wtl siilsi
b. Madionutin vessel loot capaclly sl.
c Nu.nt, ol dry slack li .
d Masinium vessel loul capacity I.
a NuimiLnb ol enoolilngs
1. Maximum rdal at lo w tille i..
g. Boltyuvd I hull epair I. Ye 0' 2. Noa
h. Hlull loot capacity t.


. PdrImny ctllvlly ol marlns cuslomesl :
*. POlvate recIlllonlf c. Commercial l f1hinr
b. Comnmedcl recreatlon d. Cagoa
(chuter ulI head boalsl 0

1. Whld arr Ibhe ontlhs f heavlestl use activily?
(Check all that pplyl
Jan. 0 6. Uay 0 o. Sep. 10
2. Fob.0 8. June 0 1i Oct. 0
3. Ma. 0 7. July II Nov. E
4. Ap. 8. Aug. 12. Dec. n

8. Is hke malrna open yearu (Plveae ills il
a. Ye.t
b. No -Wheol Is the namlka closed? (Please chsck
I. J, 0 My v Sept.
2 Feb. 8. Jute (o0. 0
3. Ua. a July I i. Nov. n
4. Ar. O Aug.0 t2. Dec

9. What re the notaal oopatlill house durlno lt year?
a. OHpen 24 hourt 0 b. Open at
c. Cloua aI

10. What ae the launching flacitleH
.R.nl.pO 6. Rlil hOis1l
b. foik lile 0 I. apacily __ on.
c. Lil.O .M6bie hoist
d. Capacity aons h.Capacliy ---
i. Railway
i. Capacity -.- .on


11. PIuse cheek wkch se vle w Mthe Mri eallws:
I. fud and slultlcan 0 i. Hull ia*
2. Ice 0 II. ElUonl, repair
3. GOocelsit II. Donkside elecuticity 1
4. oallin qulpmensn n I0220V 0
1. B*ve*l* tsl* 0 b. 220/440V 0
4. Tackle uan bait 0 I. LaundVty
7. Scuba equipment 20. Sewar pumlpoul
and wsvace Q 21. Ala.surainl
0. New boat sl*s 22 Telephone lot bo.li, 0
Usd boat sales 0 23. Shows i tails,
to. Baokeaga lviace, 0 24. 24 hout sculiy 0
1t. Engine i les 25 Pcnicnaea 0
2. Boaet antlJt Q 26. Cha! baoti tidinI
a. silai c.owVe 2 il. leaboallthini 0
b. RowO 4 CanUoe 2s. To, boat Iscanlc 0
13. Dodk boyV 0 20. Divrin oul baji.
14. iEngti" lpars 0 30. Powerd ski
16. Buod & engine pMUas,

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Engineering Questionnaire















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APPEDfl III: Harina Addresses














Engineering

Survey


Name of person filling out tils form:

Position of the person filling out this form:

Name of the marina/boatvard:


Address of


te marina oaiyvru;


Name of the waterbody whera your marina Is located:


1. Marine sie fin weleld
1. Lenugh of marina. l.
2. Width of marina: -- t.
3. Area: a-cres
4. Depth of water below low tide: f1.
6. Width of main entrmnce to mMlna: ft.

2. Malina age, ownership and dredging
I. Hlow old is your marina?--.- yrs
2. How long have you owned she marina?
years
3. How many times has the marina been
da dged by you? -

3. Maximum anoge of the side from low water to
high walte f-.

4. Do you have siltation problem?
(chlck'one|
1. Yes, (xoblem is severe.
2. Yes, but problem is not severe. 0
3. No, tlher is no siltltion problem. 0


6. Siltation occurs (check one if applicable
1. Throughout the marina 0
2. Near the main enilance
3. In some parts of thi marina only Q

S. Have you experienced wake activity that has
damaged docked boats, boat novmsent
or launching?
I. Yeas 2. NoO

7. Dock Construcaion check
1. Ducks iee mostly timber.
2. Docks are mostly concrete.
3. Docks are limber and concrete 0
4. Are floating docks used?
a. Yes b. NoO

8. Have you experienced storms that holly or
partly Inundated ith marinal
I. Yes 0 2. No 0


B. Do you have a problem with materials of
construction detrliorating in water due to
weathering or due to maewino le?
I. Yes a 2. No

10. II yes, list up to lou savesely daterl-
orated itsLs.
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2.
3.
4.

II. Lisl two consltuction problems you may
hLae bad In your mairna. iBdeify)
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A-1 Marine, Inc.
5601 W. HWY 98
Panama City, FL 32401

Grand Lagoon Marine Services, Inc.
5323 N. Lagoon Drive
Panama City Beach, FL 32407

Early Marine
1055 E. Bus. 98
Panama City, FL 32401

Panama City Boat Yard, Inc.
5323 N. Lagoon Drive
Panama City Beach, FL 32401


Pier 98
5904 E.
Parker,


Marina
HWY 98
FL


Treasure Island Marina
3605 Thomas Drive
Panama City, FL 32407

Sun Harbor Lodge and Marina
5505 West HWY 98
Panama City, FL 32401

Val's Bayside Marina, Inc.
6325 Bid Daddy Dr.
Panama City Beach, FL 32407

BREVARD

Anchorage-Eau Gallie Marina
96 E. Eau Gallie Causeway
Melbourne, FL 32937

Banana River Marine Service
1360 S. Banana River Drive
Merritt Island, FL 32952

Cape Marina
800 Scallop Drive
Cape Canaveral, FL 32920

Captain John's Marina, Inc.
505 Commercial Dr.
Cape Canaveral, FL 32920


Diamond 99 Marina Yacht Sales, Inc.
4399 N. Harbor City Blvd.
Melbourne, FL 32951

Dickerson Marine Center, Inc
905 N. Harbor City Blvd.
Melbourne, FL 32935

Indian Harbour Marina
1399 Banana River Drive
Indian Harbour Beach, FL 32937

Indian River Marine Basin, Inc.
2222 S. Front Street
Melbourne, FL 32901

Island Point Marina
P. 0. Box 808
Cocoa, FL 32922

Jay's Harbor Light's Marina
Route 3, Box 461A
Merritt Island, FL 32952

Jim Rathman Enterprises, Inc.
705 S. Harbor City Blvd.
Melbourne, FL 32901


Long Point Park
9200 South A1A HWY.
Melbourne Beach, FL


32951


Palm Bay Marina Enterprises, Inc.
P. 0. Box 55
Palm Bay, FL 32905

Tingley's Marina and Fish Camp
Route 2, Box 180
Merritt Island, FL 32652


Titusville Marina
P. O. Box 6466
US #1 at Yacht Basin
Titusville, FL 32780

Westland Marine
419 N. Washington Ave.
Titusville, FL 32780












BROWARD


Amity Yacht Center
1915 S.W. 21st Ave.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

Bahia Mar
800 Seabreeze Blvd.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301

Bradford Marine, Inc.
3051 St. Rd. 84
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33312

Ceebee Marina, Inc.
580 N. Federal HWY.
Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

City of Deerfield Beach
425 N. E. 3rd Street
Deerfield Beach; FL 33441

Complete Yacht Service, Inc.
418 W. Las Olas Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

Cozy Cove Marina, Inc.
300 N. Federal Highway
Dania, FL 33004

Director Gunnell Inc.
775 Taylor Lane
Dania, FL 33004

Diplomat Marina
3515 S. Ocean Drive
Hollywood, FL 33022

Graham Boat Yard, Inc.
4451 Herschel Street
Jacksonville, FL 32210

Hatteras of Lauderdale, Inc.
401 S. W. First Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301

Herold Boat Co., Inc.
1112 E. Las Olas Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

Hollywood Yacht Basin
700 Polk Street
Hollywo6d, FL 33020


Houston Park
850 N. E. 3rd Street
Dania, FL 33004

Intracoastal Marine, Inc.
1335 S. E. 16th Street
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316

Lauderdale Marina
1900 S. E. 15th Street
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316

Lauderdale Yacht Basin, Inc.
2000 S. W. 20th
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33312

Lighthouse Point Marina, Inc.
2830 N. E. 29th Avenue
Lighthouse Point, FL

Miller Yacht Sales
1445 S. E. 16th Street
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316

Municipal Docks, City of Ft. Lauderdale
14 S. New River Dr. E.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301

Nautical Yacht Basin
801 N. E. 3rd Street
Dania, FL 33004


Pier 66 Marina
Drawer 9177
Ft. Lauderdale, FL


33310


Ramgoh Sales Company Inc.
4500 S. State Road 7
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316

Ravenswood Marina
4470 Ravenswood Road
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33312

Starboard Marina, Inc.
2900 N. E. 16th Street
Pompano Beach, FL 33062

Summerfield Boat Works
1500 S. W. ]7th Street
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33312












Sun Power Diesel
413 S. W. 3rd Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301

CHARLOTTE

Marker 7 Marina
7090 Placida Road
Placida, FL 33946

CITRUS

Estuary Marina
Route Box 800
Crystal River, FL 32629


Kings Bay Fishing Village (Bunts Resort)
1625 S. HWY. 19
Crystal River, FL 32629

Knox Bait House
HWY. 19
558 N. W. 3rd Avenue
Crystal River, FL 32629

Lewis Fish Marina
268 N. W. 3rd Street
Crystal River, FL 32629

Macrae's Bait House
Box 318
Homosassa, FL 32646


Plantation Inn and Golf Resort
Kings Bay Road
Crystal River, FL 32629

Port Paradise Marina
P. 0. Box 526
Crystal River, FL 32629

Riverhaven Marina
P. 0. Box 2150
Homosassa Springs, FL 32647

Three Rivers Marina Inc.
P. 0. Box 98
Homosassa Springs, FL 32647

CLAY

Black Creek Marina
Hibernia Ft. Box 445
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043


Pacetti Marina
Box 63 Orangedale Ft.
Green Cove Springs, FL 32403

COLLIER

Bay Marina, Inc.
854 Riverpoint Drive
Naples, FL 33940

Hansen Marine, Inc.
1146 Sixth Ave., S.
Naples, FL 33940

Marco River Marina, Inc.
951 Bald Eagle Drive
Marco Island, FL 33937

Port-0-Call Marine
1312 5th Avenue S.
Naples, FL 33940

Wiggins Pass Marina Co., Inc.
Wiggins Pass Road
Route 2, Box 1612
Naples, FL 33940

DADE

Bayliner Biscayne Marine
13255 Biscayne Blvd.
North Miami, FL 33181.

Coastal Marina
13301 Biscayne Blvd.
North Miami, FL 33181

Coconut Grove Sailing Club
P. 0. Box 330586
Miami, FL .33133


Coral Reef
2484 South
Miami, FL


Yacht Club
Bayshore
33133


Crandon Marina
Crandon Blvd.
Key Biscayne, FL 33149

Dinner Key Marina
3400 Pan American Drive
Miami, FL 33133











Eighth
801 N.
Miami,


Avenue Boat Slips
W. 4th Street
FL 33101


Endeavor Marine Service Co., Corp.
201 S. W. 6th Street
Miami, FL 33130

Flamingo Yacht Basin and Marina
1900 79th Street Causeway
Miami Beach, FL 33141


Miami Shypyards Corp.
6]5 S. W. 2nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33130

Park Shore Marine
17501 Biscayne Blvd.
North Miami Beach, FL 33160

Pelican Harbor Yacht Club, Inc.
7905 Pelican Harbor Drive
Miami Shores, FL 33141


Grove Key Marina
3385 Pan American Drive
Miami, FL 33133

Hardie Yacht Basin
2100 N. W. North River Dr.
Miami, FL 33125

Homestead Bayfront Park
Canal Drive
Homestead, FL

James D. Nail
3195 N. W. 20th Street
Miami, FL 33142


Jones Boat
3399 N. W.
Miami, FL


Yard, Inc.
South River Dr.
33142


Keystone Point Marina
1950 N. E. 135th Street
North Miami, FL 33181


Little
724 N.
Miami,


River Marina, Inc.
E. 79th Street
FL 33138


Matheson Hammock Marina
1610 Cutler Road
Coral Gables, FL

Maule Lake Marina Inc.
17201 Biscayne Blvd.
North Miami Beach, FL 33160

Merrill-Stevens Dry Dock Co.
2640 South Bayshore Drive
Miami, FL 33133

Miamarina
333 Miamarina Parkway Dr.
Miami, FL 33132


Skyway
820 N.
Miami,


Marine, Inc.
E. 79th St.
FL 33138


The Marina Yacht Club at Plaza Venetia
1756 N. Bayshore Drive
Miami, FL 33132


DIXIE

Bill Miller's Marine
P. 0. Box 428
Suwannee, FL 32692

Gulf Haven Marina
Box 428
Suwannee, FL 32692

Horseshoe Marina
P. 0. Box 241
Horseshoe Beach, FL

Jon's Marina, Inc.
P. 0. Box 315
171-8 Canal St.
Suwannee, FL 32692

Middleton Marina and
Route 3, Box 81
Old Town, FL 32680


32648


Restaurant


DUVAL

Huckins Yacht Corp.
3482.Lakeshore Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32223

Inlet Marine Sales & Service, Inc.
P. 0. 1207
Orange Park, FL 32073

Intracoastal Marina, Inc.
14539 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250












Isle of Palms Marina, Inc.
14603 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32250

Jacksonville Beach Marine, Inc.
2315 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville, Beach, FL 32250

Julington Creek Marina
12807 San Jose Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32217

Lambs Yacht Center Inc.
3376 Lakeshore Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32210

Main Street Marina
8137 N. Main Street
Jacksonville, FL 32208


Holiday Harbor Marina
Route 1, Box 9958
Pensacola, FL 32507

Nautical Specialties Marina
3050 Barrancas Avenue
Pensacola, FL 32561

Pensacola Bahia Mar, Inc.
P. 0. Box 12482 Cypress & M.
Pensacola, FL 32573

Pensacola Party Boats, Inc.
920 S. Palafox St.
Pensacola, FL 32507

Pier One Marina, Inc.
47 Gulf Breeze PKWY
Gulf Breeze, FL 32561


Mandarin Holiday Marina
12796 San Jose Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32223


& Fish Camp


Rod and Reel Marina
Route 6, Box 918
Pensacola, FL 32507


Maypcrt Boat Ramp
4870 Ocean St.
Mayport, FL 32233

Mayport Marine
4852 N. Ocean St.
Mayport, FL 32233

Sadler Point Marina, Inc.
4669 Roosevelt Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32210

San Jose Marine
8940 San Jose Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32210

St. Johns River Park Marina
901 Gulf Life Drive
Jacksonville, FL. 32207

ESCAMBIA

Authorized Marine Service
Route 6, Box 960
Warrington, FL 32507

Brown Marine Service, Inc.
P. 0. Box 1415
Pensacola, FL 32596


FLAGLER


Flagler Beach Marina & Boatworks, Inc.
A1A and N. 23rd Street
P. 0. Box 66
Flagler Beach, FL 32036


Hi-Lift Marina, Inc.
2890 N. E. 187 St.
North Miami Beach, FL


33180


FRANKLIN

Bay City Lodge
Box 172
Apalachicola, FL 32320

Isle of St. James Marina
Box 396
Carrabelle, FL 32322

Rainbow Marina and Motel
123 Water Street
Apalachicola, FL 32320

Randolph Marine Inc.
119 Water Street
Apalachicola, FL 32320












HENDRY


Anglers Lakeview Marina
910 Okeechobee Blvd.
Clewiston, FL 33440

BEBNANDO

Week Wachee Marina
Route 6, Box 840
Brooksville, FL 33512

HILLSBOROUGH


Bahia Beach Marina
P. 0. Box 128
Ruskin, FL 33570

Ballast Point Park Fishing Pier
5300 Interbay Blvd.
Tampa, FL 33611

Davis Island Yacht Club
1315 Severn
.Tampa, FL 33606

Imperial Yacht Basin
5002 Gandy Blvd.
Tampa, FL 33611

Interbay Marina Ways, Inc.
5200 W. Tyson Avenue
STampa, FL 33622

Marjorie Park Marina
City of Tampa
115 Columbia Drive
Tampa, FL 33606

Tampa Yacht Country Club
5320 Interbay Avenue
Tampa, FL 33606

INDIAN RIVER

Indian Shores Marina
19625 Gulf Blvd.
Indian Shores, FL


Mays Marina,. Inc.
P. 0. Box 277
Sebastian, FL 32958

Sebastian Inlet State Recreation Area
P. 0. Box 728
Wabasso, FL 32970

Vero Beach Municipal Marina
3611 Rio Vista Blvd.
Vero Beach, FL 32960


Vero Marine Center Inc.
12 Royal Palm Blvd.
Vero Beach, FL 32960

LEE


Cape
1516
Cape


Marina, Inc.
S. E. 46th Street
Coral, FL 33904


Coastal Marine Mart
5605 Palm Beach Blvd.
Fort Myers, FL 33905

Dolphin Marina
1506 S. E. 46th Street
Cape Coral, FL 33904

Ft. Myers Yacht Basin
P. 0. Box 1909
Ft. Myers, FL 33902

Gulf Star Marina
708 Fisherman's Wharf
Ft. Myers Beach, FL 33931

Hurricane Bay Marine
1011 San Carlos Blvd.
Ft. Myers Beach, FL 33931

Marina "31" Service Center
Route 4, Box 630J
Ft. Myers, FL 33905


Mariners Marina
Box 367A
Sebastian, FL 32958











Olsen's Service Marina, Inc.
1100 Main St.
Ft. Myers Beach, FL 33931

Owl Creek Boat Works Storage, Inc.
Route 4, Box 619
Ft. Myers, FL 33905

Schope Marine, Inc.
1021 N. Tamiami Trail
North Ft. Myers, FL 33903


Snug Harbor Marina
San Carlos Blvd.
Ft. Myers Beach, FL


St. James Marina
P. 0. Box 681
St. James City, FL 33956

Tad's Marine Service, Inc.
1510 S. E. 46th Street
P. 0. Box 803
Cape Coral, FL 33904

Tarpon Bay Marina
Red Pelican Cove
Sanibel Island, FL 33957

LEVY

Waccasassa Marina and Camp
P. 0. Box 184
Gulf Hammock, FL 32639

Yankeetown Boat Co., Inc.
P. 0. Box 358
15 Hickory Avenue
Yankeetown, FL 32698

MANATEE

Anna Marina Ways, Inc.
900 S. Bay Blvd.
Anna Maria, FL 33501

Cannons Marina, Inc.
6040 Gulf of Mexico Drive
Longboat Key, FL 33548

Cortez Marina
4228 129th Street W.
P. 0. Box 36
Cortez, FL 33522


Harrington's Hidden Harbor Marine
Route 3, Snead Island Road
Palmetto, FL 33561

Island Bay Marine-Sales and Service
5501 Marine Drive
Holmes Beach, FL 33510

Longboat Marina
410 Gulf of Mexico Drive
Longboat Key, FL 33548


The Field's Buccaneer Inn
595 Dream Island Road
33931 Longboat Key, FL 33548


MARTIN

Anchorage Marina
999 N. E. Anchorage Dr.
Jensen Beach, FL 33457

Bailey Boat Co., Inc.
P. 0. Box 637
Jensen Beach, FL 33457

Casea Rio Boat Motor Sales,
1050 N. E. Dixie HWY.
Jensen Beach, FL 33457


Inc.


David Lowe's Boatyard, Inc.
4550 S. E. Robertson Road
Port Salerno, FL 33492

Francis Langford's Outrigger Marina
1405 N. E. Indian River Drive
Jensen Beach, FL 33457

Monterey In-Out Boat Storage
200 S. W. Monterey Road W.
Stuart;, FL 33494

Pier 1
285 N. Federal HWY.
Stuart, FL 33494

Pirates Cove Marina
1 Bayview Street
Port Salerno, FL 33492

Sand Spirit Park
3443 S. E. St., Lucie Blvd.
Stuart, FL 33494












US-1 Boats, Inc
111 N. Federal HWY.
Stuart, FL 33494

Whiticar Boat Works, Inc.
3636 S. E. Old St. Lucie Blvd.
Stuart, FL 33494

MONROE

Bahia Honda State Recreation Area
Route 1, Box 782
Big Pine Key, FL 33043


Boog Powell's
5 Mile Marker
Key West, FL


Anglers Marina, Inc.
U.S. HWY #1 Stock Island
33040


Bonefish Harbor Marina
Route 1, Box 131
Marathon, FL 33050

Bow Channel Camp and Marina
Route 2, Box 14A
Sugarloaf Key, FL 33402

Bud Mary's Marina
P. 0. Box 628
Islamorada, FL 33036

Caloosa Cove Marina
Box 446
Islamorada, FL 33036

Deep 6 Marina
P. 0. Box 14-S
Key Largo, FL 33037

Duck Key Marina
Route 1, Box 1149
Duck Key, FL 33050

Farco Blanco Marine Reaort, Inc.
1996 Overseas HWY.
Marathon, FL 33050

Hurricane Resort
4650 Overseas HWY.
Marathon, FL 33050

Joe Bobbi's Boot Key Marina
1000 15th Street
Marathon, FL 33050


Key Largo Oceanside Marina and Airport
MM 100
Key Largo, FL 33037

Key West Oceanside Marina
Foot or Maloney Ave., Stock Island
Key West, FL 33040

Key West Yacht Club
2315 W. Roosevelt Blvd.
Key West, FL 33040

Mandalay Marina
Route 1, Box 90
Key Largo, FL 33037


Marathon Boat
2059 Overseas
Marathon, FL


Yard, Inc.
HWY.
33050


Max's Marine Inc.
Mile Marker 80.5
Islamorada, FL 33036

Morray Marine, Inc.
Jr. College Road
Key West, FI 33040

Outdoor Resorts at Long Key
Box 816
Long Key, FL 33001

Perdue-Dean Marina
Ocean Reef
Key Largo, FL 33037

Ship-A-Hoy Motel Marina
903 Eisenhower Dr.
Key West, FL 33040

Sombrero Reef Club, Inc.
19 Sombrero Blvd.
Marathon, FL 33050

Steadman's Boat Yard, Inc.
701 Palm Ave.
Key West, FL 33040

Sugarloaf Marina Inc.
Mile Marker 17
Sugarloaf Key, FL 33044











Summerland Key Marina
P. 0. Box 320
MM 25 U.S. HWY. 1
Sunmerland Key, FL 33042

Sunshine Key Travel Park
Route 1, Box 790
Sunshine Key, FL 33043

The Boat House
12411 Overseas HWY.
Marathon, FL 33050
Unwinder Motel and Marina
272A Route 1
Key Largo, FL 33037

NASSAU

Fernandina Beach Municipal Marina
P. 0. Box 668
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034

OKALOOSA

Deckhands Marine
HWY. 98 East
Ft. Walton Beach, FL 32548

Ft. Walton Lodge Yacht Basin
104 Miracle Strip Parkway
Ft. Walton Beach, FL 32548


Gap Creek Marine
666 Beak PKWY.
Ft. Walton Beach, FL


32548


Marlborough Marina
Box 731
Destin, FL 32541

Mohl's Marina, Inc.
14 Marina Drive
Ft. Walton Beach,'FL 32548


Playground
32 Miracle
Ft. Walton


Sails
Strip PKWY.
Beach, FL 32548


Sound Marina
225 Amberjack Drive
Ft. Walton Beach, FL 32548


The Boat
32 Miracle Strip
Ft. Walton Beach,


FL 32548


OKEECHOBEE

T. J. Marine, Inc.
305D S. 441
Okeechobee, FL 33472

PALM BEACH

Cannonsport Marina
178 Lake Drive
Palm Beach Shores, FL


33404


Del-Mar Marine, Inc.
1025 S. Federal HWY.
Delray Beach, FL 33444

E & H Boat Works, Inc.
2180 Idlewilde Road
Lake Park, FL 33410

Gundlach's Marina, Inc.
870 Federal HWY.
Lantana, FL 33462

Hypoluxo Marina, Inc.
8250 U. S. 1
Hypoluxo, FL 33462

Jib Club
State Road 707
Jupiter, FL 33458

Lake Park Marina
535 Park Ave.
Lake Park, FL 33403

Lantana Boatyard, Inc.
808 N. Dixie HWY.
Lantana, FL 33462


Robroy Lodge and Marina
P. 0. Box 725
Destin, FL 32541

Shalimar Yacht Basin, Inc.
P. 0. Box 188
Shalimar, FL 32579


Lott Tackle and Marina, Inc.
631 Northlake Blvd.
Lake Park, FL 33408

Marineway Boat and Auto Service
8th Street & Intracoastal Bridge
Delray Beach, FL 33444












Merritt's Boat Engine Works, Inc.
2931 N. E. 16th Street
Pompano Beach, FL 33062

Moffitt Inlet Marina
255 East 22nd Court
Riviera Beach, FL 33404

Murrelle Marine, Inc.
P. 0. Box 3585
Lantana, FL 33462

Palm Harbor Marina
400 N. Flagler Drive
West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Riviera Beach Municipal Marina
c/o Municipal Complex
Blue Heron Blvd.
Palm Beach Shores, FL 33404

Sailfish Marina and Motel
98 Lake Drive
Palm Beach Shores, FL. 33404

Spencer Boat Co., Inc.
4000 North Dixie Drive
West Palm Beach, FL 33407

Wharfside Marine
U.S. 1 A1A
Jupiter, FL 33458

PASCO

Gooney Bird Marina
970 Gulf Dr. Blvd.
Port Richey, FL 33568

Staley's Hudson Marina, Inc.
148 Clark St.
Hudson, FL 33568

PINELLAS

Bayboro Marina, Inc.
110 Third Street South
St. Petersburg, FL 33701


Bay Pines Marina
9293 Bay Pines Blvd.
St. Petersburg, FL 33708

Bay West Boat Works, Inc.
12022 Gandy Blvd.
St. Petersburg, FL 33702

Clearwater Bay Marine Ways, Inc.
900 North Osceola Avenue
Clearwater, FL 33515

Clearwater Marina
25 Causeway Blvd.
Clearwater, FL 33515

Commodores International Yacht Club
343 Causeway Blvd.
Dunedin, FL 33528

Cruising World, Inc.
12030 Gandy Blvd.
St. Petersburg, FL 33703

Dunedin Municipal Marina
51 Main Street
Dunedin, FL 33528

Ed's Landing Blue Finn Bait Tackle
105 Oscar Hill Road
Tarpon Springs, FL 33589

High and Dry Marina, Inc.
202 Windward Passage
Clearwater, FL 33515

Home Port Marina, Inc.
P. 0. Box 1133
Dunedin, FL 33528

Huber Yacht Harbor
5950 34th Street South
St. Petersburg, FL 33711

Indian Springs Marina
15151 113th Avenue N.
Largo, FL 33540










John's Pass Marina, Inc.
12795 Kingfish Drive
Treasure Island, FL 33706

Largo Intracoastal Marine
12458 145th Lane N.
Largo, FL 33540

Minnow Creek Marine Ways
Old Route 19
Dunedin, FL 33528

Pirate's Cove Marina
24000 Bayshore Blvd.
Dunedin, FL 33528

Port Tarpon Marina
P. 0. Box 1486
Tarpon Springs, FL 33589

Port Tarpon Marina, Inc.
Anclote Road
Tarpon Springs, FL 33589

Ross Yacht Service, Inc.
279 Windward Passage
Clearwater, FL 33515

Sailport
42000 HWY. 19 South
Palm Harbor, FL 33563

Snug Harbor Marine Ways
13625 Gulf Blvd.
Madeira Beach, FL 33708

Stoller's Pass-A_Grille Hi Dry Marina
1901 Pass-A-Grille Hi Dry Marina
St. Petersburg Beach, FL 33706

St. Petersburg Municipal Marina
400 2nd Avenue N.E.
St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Suncoast Rent-A-Boat
17813 Gulf Blvd.
Redington Shores, FL 33708

Tarpon Springs City Marina
100 Dodecanese Blvd.
Tarpon Springs, FL 33589


Walter K. Prior Boat Builder
P. 0. Box 645
4100 Bayshore Blvd.
Dunedin, FL 33528

Yacht Yard South
241 Windward Passage
Clearwater, FL 33515

PUTNAM

Boathouse Marina
329 River Street
Palatka, FL 32077

Cypress Point
Route 2, Box 281
East Palatka, FL 32031

Gibson Dry Docks
P. 0. Box 293
San Mateo, FL 32088

SANTA ROSA

Nichols Seafood Restaurant & Marina
P. 0. Box 246
Bagdad, FL 32530

U. S. Navy Water Recreations Area
NAS Whiting Field Special Services
Milton, FL 32570

SARASOTA

Chuck's Marina, Inc.
1991 Placida Road
Englewood, FL 33533

Hansen Marine, Inc.
1201 N. Tamiami Trail
Sarasota, FL 33577

Helsmen Marina
1139 10th Street
Sarasota, FL 33577

John Homes, -Inc.
480 Blackburn Point Road
Osprey, FL 33559










TAYLOR


Lemon Bay Marina
779 W. Wentworth Street
P. 0. Box 1028
Englewood, FL 33533

Marlow Marine
1775 Love Drive
Sarasota, FL 33580

Nokomis Marine Ways
Circuit and Albee Road
Nokomis, Fl 33555

Venice Marine Center Inc.
P. 0. Box 696
1485 S. Tamlami Trail
Venice, FL 33595

ST. JOHNS

Marineland Marina
Route 1, Box 122.
St. Augustine, FL 32084

North Beach Camping Park
610 Euclid Avenue
St. Augustine, FL 32084

St. Augustine Municipal Pier
P. 0. Box 97
100 Avenida Menendez
St. Augustine, FL 32084

Sunrise Marina, Inc.
801 S. Ponce De Leon Blvd.
St. Augustine, FL 32084

ST. LUCIE

Fort Pierce City Marina
One Avenue A
Ft. Pierce, FL 33450

Simonsen's Restaurant
201 Fisherman's Wharf
Ft. Pierce, FL 33450

Taylor Creek Marina
1600 North 2nd Street
Ft. Pierce, FL 33450


Ideal Fish Camp
Box 24
Steinhatchee, FL 32359

Paces Marina and Motel
Highway 51, Box 26
Steinhatchee, FL 32359

Palm Grove
P. O. Box 324
Steinhatchee, FL 32359

VOLUSIA

Aloha Marina, Inc.
10 Second Street
Holly Hill, FL 32017


Causeway Marine Corporation
4 North Causeway
New Smyrna Beach, FL 32069

Granada Riverfront Park
22 South Beach Street
Ormond Beach, FL 32074

Howard Boat Works, Inc.
633 Ballough Road
Daytona Beach, FL 32014

Lighthouse Boatyard
4958 S. Peninsula Drive
Ponce Inlet, FL 32019

Municipal Yacht Basin
401 South Beach Street
Daytona Beach, FL 32015

Ormond Marina
1618 John Anderson Drive
Ormond Beach, FL 32036

Pelican Island Marina Fishing Camp
3226 Riverview Lane
Daytona Beach, FL 32019

Sailboat Headquarters, Inc.
94 Halifax Drive
Port Orange, FL 32019











Sea Harbest Marina
201 N. Peninsula Drive
New Smyrna Beach, FL32069

Smyrna Yacht Club
P. 0. Box 7G
New Smyrna Beach, FL 32069

South Peninsula Marina, Inc.
3948 S. Peninsula Drive
Daytona Beach, FL 32019

WAKULLA

Alligator Point Marina
Route 1, Box 200
Crawfordville, FL 32327

WALTON

Black Creek Lodge, Inc.
Route 2, Box 302
Freeport, FL 32439

Dulls Marine-O-Rama
Route 2, Box 77
Freeport, FL 32439









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