SOUTHERN MARINAS PROPERTIES

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2601 W Marina Pl

Seattle, WA 98199

elliottbaymarina.co

206-285-4817

2000 Sommersett Rd. SW

Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469

oceanislemarina.com

910-579-6440

336 Lakeview Lane

Andersonville, TN 37705

sequoyahmarina.net

865-494-7984

7225 Estero Boulevard

Fort Myers Beach, FL 33931

thefishtalemarina.com

239-463-3600

Hi-Lift Marina           

2890 NE 187th Street

Aventura, FL 33180

hi-liftmarina.com

305-931-2550

Hidden Harbour Marina

2315 NE 15th Street

Pompano Beach, FL 33062

hidden-harbourmarina.com

954-941-0498

133 Inlet Harbor Road

Ponce Inlet, FL 32127

inletharbor.com

386-767-3266

Palm Harbour Marina

7080 Placida Road

Cape Haze, FL 33946

palm-harbourmarina.com

941-697-4356

4354 Bridgeview Drive

North Charleston, SC 29405

riversedgemarina.com

843-554-8901

200 SW Monterey Rd

Stuart, FL 34994

riverwatchmarina.com

772-286-3456

2400 Lennoxville Road

Beaufort, NC 28516

boathousemarinanc.com

252-838-1524

Jim Behun’s experience spans more than 30 years in the Southern California boating industry. He served on the board of directors of the Marine Recreation Association and as past president of the San Diego Dockmasters Association, and is an active member of the San Diego Port Tenants Association and an affiliate member of the California Yacht Brokers Association. Immediately prior to joining the Southern Marinas team, Jim served as the general manager of Sunroad Resort Marina & Yacht Center in San Diego, a facility with over 600 slips, leased commercial space, and three well-known restaurants. During his 13-year tenure as the marina’s chief operating officer, Jim developed and produced the renowned San Diego Boat Show, which grew from a small, local gathering of boat dealers to a major, annual event attracting more than 100 dealers, brokers, and vendors, and 13,000+ boating enthusiasts.

Jim, a native of Annapolis, Maryland, has logged many hours sailing and boating on both coasts, including boat deliveries and charters to various coastal areas. In the early ’90s, he was the general manager of the 444-slip San Diego Marriott Marina. From there, Jim moved to a position with the National Marine Manufacturers Association to manage boat shows on both coasts and in Canada. He also developed and produced the first Mexico National Boat Show in Puerto Vallarta. Jim is a firm believer in managing facilities to ensure boating is safe and enjoyable for all!