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USA: Phase one rebuild completes at Gulf Harbour

Gulf Harbour Yacht and Country Club in Fort Myers, Florida, which sustained severe damage by Hurricane Ian, has reopened with new Golden Marine Systems (GMS) docks.

Phase one of the ambitious project, which comprises an impressive selection of 101 slips for boats up to 80ft (24m) in length, was completed just 18 months after the storm hit.
“We consider ourselves incredibly fortunate to have been entrusted with the task of replacing the floating docks at such a prestigious community,” said GMS president Mike Shanley. “Following the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, the Gulf Harbour Yacht Club members were eager to restore order to their marina, and we wasted no time in getting to work.”
Golden Marine, and contractor MidCoast Marine, went straight to work employing the top-of-the-line GMS 950 Series double track for the main dock sections and 850 Series for the finger piers to ensure both durability and functionality.
GMS adjustable cleats, featuring the Gulf Harbour logo, adjustable pile guides, and finger piers were meticulously integrated to provide the finishing touches. To ensure convenience, custom utility troughs with removable panels were installed for easy access. Also included were Endeck ash wood decking and facia, complemented by heavy-duty D-Fenders for added protection.

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