Suntex purchases New Jersey marina

Green Cove Marina in Brick, New Jersey Suntex Green Cove Marina in Brick, New Jersey Suntex

Marina management firm Suntex Marinas has purchased Green Cove Marina in Brick, New Jersey. This is the latest of several marina acquisitions for Suntex on the Jersey Shore, after it took over the Channel Club Marina in September, and Key Harbor Marina in April.

Green Cove is a full-service marina with around 250 slips ranging from 14- to 46-feet. The property has a 25-ton travel lift for larger vessels and its current winter storage operation hauls boats out of the water and stores them behind their slips.

“Within the past several months we have made significant investments in properties along the Jersey Shore, including the purchase of the Channel Club Marina and Key Harbor Marina,” says Sam Chavers, senior vice president, operations, Suntex Marinas. “Green Cove is very popular with its loyal patrons, and we are very excited to be able to lend to the facility our unique and caring management style. We are confident that this property will continue to be successful as we add our significant resources towards improving on the grounds.”

Green Cove is located within minutes of several popular boating areas, such as F-Cove, Tices Shoal, T-Cove, Treasure Island, Manasquan Inlet and Windward Beach. It is situated on approximately 8.5 acres and is located within a fully protected, natural breakwater located on the Metedoconk River which leads into Barnegat Bay.

Suntex has recently completed several other acquisitions in the US, including expansions in CaliforniaNew Jersey, the Florida Keys and New York. In April 2022, Suntex completed its integration with Westrec Marinas following the announcement of the two companies’ merger.

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