Suntex expands into California market

USA: Suntex Marina Investors has purchased Seaside Boatyard & Marina (formerly known as The Boat Yard – Channel Islands) in Channel Islands Harbor, Oxnard, California. It is the company’s first acquisition in coastal California.

Seaside is a 17 acre (7 ha) full-service facility offering 122 slips for vessels of 30 to 60ft (9 to 18m) and 22 end ties accommodating boats up to 85 feet (26m), as well as a 490-slot dry storage facility. It is Ventura County’s largest recreational vessel yard and is equipped to haul-out vessels up to 75 tonnes, and staffed for painting and finishing, glass fibre and woodwork, engine, mechanical and rigging repairs.
Plans for the property include remodelling the main building, refurbishing and upgrading the facilities and infrastructure, and adding additional lighting to the dry storage area.
“We are excited to gain a quality coastal product in the highly desirable Oxnard community,” said Mike Warntjes, senior vice president operations Suntex Marinas. “Seaside Boatyard & Marina is the foundation to our future strategy around coastal growth in the southern California market. With our planned improvements, we intend to bring an elevated customer experience for our members.”


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