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Old 06-11-2018, 04:41   #1
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Leasehold Marina?

Are there any Marinas that operate a leasehold model - Where you buy your berth and can sell it on, and just pay a management fee for insurance and upkeep. It would be like an apartment in a building; owned by berth-holders, and not run for profit. Obviously, a portion of berths would be held back for passing trade (comparable to serviced apartments)?
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Re: Leasehold Marina?

Yes, a very small number of marinas, I've seen slips for sale on Craigslist and various realtor websites. It's more common, I think, with waterfront multi-family developments to deed a slip and collect maintenance fees along with HOA fees.
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Re: Leasehold Marina?

Yes, the marina I'm at on Bainbridge Island WA is exactly that. The slip rate I pay goes to the slip owner minus management fees and what not.
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Yes, the marina I'm at on Bainbridge Island WA is exactly that. The slip rate I pay goes to the slip owner minus management fees and what not.
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Re: Leasehold Marina?

When I was in Stamford CT it was similar
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Re: Leasehold Marina?

Portofino Harbour Marina in Clear Lake Shores, TX has some slips that can be bought and others rented. This marina has proximate access to Galveston Bay.
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Old 06-11-2018, 15:39   #8
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Yes, there are also leasehold marinas in Florida.
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There is at least one on Massachusetts. In the US The word is Dockominium.
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Re: Leasehold Marina?

There are a number of marinas in various harbours around New Zealand that follow this model.
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