When it comes to a full-scale marina project, whether small or large, a number of measures have to be taken. Implies that you already have your location, your business model is finalized and your funds are secure. Your manufacturer, such as Structurmarine, is only one of the factors to consider when building a marina.
Your marina will need several licenses and permits, depending on where you operate and what amenities you offer. These permits will be required from your municipality, state or province, or even the federal government to complete your project.
You will need to choose the different stakeholders, such as a marine contractor, electrician, plumber and/or others, depending on the type of facility you will have. Sometimes you have to do some civil engineering work before you even finalize the development plans for your marina. In general, marina projects are between 6 and 18 months, as long as we are not experiencing situations beyond our control.
Once the marina is tailored to your dreams, you need to hire a good team to help your business thrive. A good operator, a marketing manager, people passionate about customer service – and ideally one who is familiar with navigation.
At this point, you are able to schedule the inspection of docks, facilities and supplies to ensure safety and performance. Take the opportunity to replace parts and equipment that need it and make improvements where and when possible.