Although any marina operator hopes that no accidents occur on their property, there are many things that can happen in a harbor. This is why many companies provide insurance for marinas in case of said emergencies. However, that are many steps you can take to safeguard you marina and prevent as many accidents as possible.
Take Natural Disasters into Account
Any marina builder should consider future weather emergencies during construction. Look into government guidelines and measures to make sure your marina is up to par to withstand large natural disasters like hurricanes.
Basic Fire Prevention
There are many sources that can start a fire even in the smallest marinas. Do not forget that each boat carries with many potential sources of fire starters from gasoline, wood and paint. It is never too late to install fire detectors in storage areas.
Watch for any loose boards or wires along walkway areas. Clean out storage areas regularly. Remove and reinstall any older railings. Keep an eye out for any trouble areas to guard against injury and boat mishaps.
Work with your vessels and boats in mind when maintaining your property. In case of emergencies remember that there are multiple companies offering their insurance for marinas. Reach out to a reliable insurance company for complete coverage of your investment.