Port 32 expands partnership with Gulfstream

USA: Port 32 Marinas has expanded its partnership with Gulfstream Boat Club. Its newest acquisition, Lighthouse Point Marina, joins existing Port 32 locations in Tierra Verde, Tampa (below) and Palm Beach Gardens that already enjoy partnerships with the Club.



Led by owner Alex G Warner, South Florida-based Gulfstream Boat Club first opened its Delray Beach Club in 2009, later expanding to Boynton Beach and Lake Worth. The Club’s concierge-style member service, fleet of newer and larger boats from trusted brand names, and flexible membership options are designed to suit busy families, frequent travellers and avid boaters. Each boat is outfitted with top-of-the-line technology and comfort amenities, and is kept in peak performing condition. The fleet is frequently refreshed with new boats.
Gulfstream is offering a limited number of memberships at each Club. Members can choose between flexible hourly plans or high-value unlimited plans. Hourly plans are valid for two years and ideal for seasonal visitors or frequent travellers. Unlimited plans offer the best value with unlimited boating for six months, a year, or two years at a time.
“We are pleased to have found a wonderful partner in Gulfstream Boat Club that delivers an invaluable boating experience to its members,” said Austin Schell, CEO of Port 32 Marinas. “The Club allows boaters to experience the joys of life on the water, without experiencing the undertaking of boat ownership.”
Warner described the arrangement as a “natural fit”, adding that “both organisations offer upscale products and an unparalleled level of service to provide a premium boating experience to its members and customers.”


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