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MONOPOLY IS A GAME BEST PLAYED ON A BOARD,
NOT THE BOARDWALK.

The Sailfish Marina has rejected a reasonable settlement plan which would allow them to continue with their proposed north dock expansion while maintaining boater safety in a blatant display of their agenda to put the Buccaneer Marina and Resort out of business.

August 20, 2018 – The Sailfish Marina has rejected a second reasonable settlement proposal provided by the Buccaneer Marina which gives them exactly what they had previously asked for and maintains safe navigating waters between the two marinas. In the proposed plan, the Sailfish Marina would gain the additional dockage space needed for its proposed north dock expansion as well as provide for additional dockage at their 144 Lake Dr. property that is located just north of the Buccaneer Marina.

In the proposed settlement, the Buccaneer Marina would be reducing its own usable water surface by an estimated 7% to allow for safe fueling services and insure navigational safety between the two marinas. (See document attached.) “It’s a plan that gives them everything they are asking for and more.” Says Ben Sharfi. “Their rejection of this plan is a blatant display of their agenda to put us out of business by trying to tie our resources up in court.”

Having purchased the 144 Lake Dr. property in 2004 just north of the Buccaneer Marina to quash any expansion possibilities, the Sailfish Marina now surrounds the property on both sides and has its crosshairs aimed at shutting down business at the Buccaneer, enfolding it into their monopolistic plan to dominate the Palm Beach Shores waterfront and control fuel prices along the Lake Worth Inlet.

Monopolies are never good for business and bad business behavior should never be rewarded. As the only competition for the Sailfish Marina in Palm Beach Shores, the Buccaneer helps to keep fuel prices reasonable for boaters. Without competition, the Sailfish Marina would have complete control allowing them to increase fuel prices to epic levels.

We would be more than happy to have the public’s help with this. If you can come up with a solution that would be beneficial to both parties and keep the public’s interest and safety in mind, please contact us at info@buccaneersmarina.com to share your ideas.


THE BUCCANEER MARINA

RESURRECTING A LEGEND

An icon in West Palm Beach, FL along the Lake Worth Inlet, the Buccaneer has served the community for over 50 years. Our Anglers Club and lounge have become something of legend. We are extremely excited to announce the resurrection of the Buccaneer Marina. Our docks are open and service will be uninterrupted while we are in construction.

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