Suntex Marinas acquires The Marinas at Little Harbor

Suntex Marina Investors announced today that it has acquired The Marinas at Little Harbor. Located in Ruskin, Florida and formerly known as Antigua Cove and Village Marina, the Marinas at Little Harbor offers a deepwater marina complex featuring a well-protected basin on Tampa Bay. It's property includes slips for vessels up to 65-feet in length and pedestals that support 30- and 50-amp electric, freshwater hookup and waste tank pump out. The East Marina and dry stack building can accommodate 205 boats up to 46-feet in length in a fully enclosed building and has outdoor racks for 33 vessels. The West Marina includes Sunset Grill Restaurant and access to a private beach.

What to know about the acquisition

This acquisition broadens the Suntex portfolio of marinas to a new community. Suntex owns luxury marinas in California, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Texas, Tennessee and Virginia and in eight other Florida communities including Miami, the Keys, Fort Lauderdale and Sarasota. Of the acquisition, Suntex CEO Bryan Redmond said, “Adding a Tampa Bay location continues our efforts of making sure Suntex has the Florida coastline well represented.”

What to expect next

"Our plan for this property includes a number of upgrades and new customer amenities, such as expanding the dry storage and updating the fueling system,” said Sam Chavers, Senior Vice President – Florida, Suntex Marinas. “In addition, every customer will benefit from the Suntex commitment to offering best-in-class service and the finest marina experience possible.”

We wish Little Harbor and Suntex the best in their next chapter.

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Published by
The Marinas.com Team
on
October 21, 2021

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