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Gainesville Marina continues to expand

By Pamela A. Keene
 
A new showroom and a new location for the marina office are just a few of the changes and expansions at Gainesville Marina.
 
“We’ve opened a new indoor showroom, and we’ve moved the marina office, leasing, parts and sales to this new 6,800-square-foot building,” said Philip Burton, general manager of Gainesville Marina.

“Our service building has been expanded and reconfigured to house four service bays. Now we can work on as many as eight to 10 boats at a time under cover.”
 
The former floating office space includes sales, boat rentals and the gas dock. Plans are to open a small seasonal ships store there. The in-the-water showroom gives people a chance to see even more boats for sale. 
 
Burton said that plans are to overhaul the old sales facility, gas dock and boat rentals during 2019 as well. 
 
The marina offers both in-water covered and uncovered slips, plus dry-stack storage for boats up to 26 feet long. Pontoon dry stack is also available. 
 
The marina, which is the farthest north on Lake Lanier, sells Berkshire and South Bay Pontoons, plus Stingray and Monterey Boats. It sells new and pre-owned boats, plus Yamaha, Mercury and Suzuki outboards. 

More info: Gainesville Marina, call 770 536-2171 or visit www.gainesvillemarina.com

Posted online 12/26/18
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