2015 HEALTH OF THE AUSTRALIAN
MARINA INDUSTRY SURVEY
FREE PDF TO ALL PARTICIPATING MARINAS
$175.00 MIA MEMBERS (PDF)
$280 NON MEMBERS (PDF)
Hard copy incl. postage $50.00
CLICK HERE to access the 2013 report.
3) 2011 HEALTH OF THE AUSTRALIAN MARINA INDUSTRY SURVEY REPORT
4) MIA Australian Marina Value Pilot Study - May 2011
Click here to download the MIA Australian Marina Value Pilot Study from May 2011.
5) Australia Boaters' Survey
Click here to download the promotional flier for the Australian Boaters Survey. This survey seeks to promote the real economic and employment benefits of recreational boating. In addition, it will provide vital information to enable governments to build and maintain better boating infrastructure and facilities for you the recreational boater.
6) MRA Report - State of the Marina Industry in Southern California (members only)
Click here for the presentation by Mr Ken Ketchum, owner/operator of California Yacht Marina, a Marina Management Group at the MRA Conference in Nevada in December 2012.
Report compiled in conjunction with Randy Short, following research of 101 marinas located in 12 different harbour groups from the south of Los Angeles to the Mexican border.
From the 97 marinas which responded, data showed there were 30,164 slips available to the general public with 88.1% occupancy. (3,616 vacancies). Of the slips, 5,500 are less than 25' with 7.800 slips between 256' and 30' and 70% of vacancies were for slips under 30'.
Many of the marinas in Southern California are government-owned with independent managers and most of the information presented is available under the Freedom of Information Act. Rental fees between operators and government are negotiable at review times but as an indication, rents for a 500 slip marina equate to 27% of all marina fees; 7.5% of gross fuel income and 3.45% of land rentals. based upon a 66 year lease term.
2015 MIA Members Salary Survey Summary (available to MIA members only)
8) Other Resources
9) Books for purchase
Click here to purchase Sustainable Marina Development written by John Hogan and Lyndall De Marco