BOAT STORAGE BUILDING ENHANCES MARINA
August 27, 2003
Boaters living outside of Daytona Beach now have an eye-catching, safe and secure facility to store their boats when not in use. Caribbean Jack’s Restaurant and Marina contracted Bellingham Marine to design and construct a unique Drystack storage building.
Occupying 22,500 square feet with the capability of storing 113 craft up to 35′, this state-of-the-art structure carries through the feel of the region. Bellingham designed the Drystack building to simulate the Caribbean theme with lively colors and heavy vegetation. It also matches the architecture of the rest of the marina’s facilities.
The wet slip marina, new showers and restrooms, as well as the new dry storage and restaurant, make Caribbean Jack’s an exciting addition to the waterfront in downtown Daytona Beach. The energetic marina also boasts a Caribbean cuisine restaurant, live music on the large deck over-looking the Halifax River and a swimming pool for use by the boaters and their families. Services include 24-hour, high-speed fueling; in-slip pumpout; daily, weekly and monthly dockage rates; 30/50-amp electricity; and phone and cable at each of the slips.
Bellingham Marine designs, manufactures and installs floating dock systems and dry storage buildings for marinas and boat facilities worldwide.
Contact Bellingham Marine, P.O. Box 8, Bellingham, WA 98227. www.bellingham-marine.com.