AMI Clean and Resilient Marina Program Adds Nearly 100 to Its Rosters

Wendy Larimer  

For Immediate Release 

AMI Clean and Resilient Marina Program Adds Nearly 100 to Its Rosters 

Warren, RI---The Association of Marina Industries (AMI) Training Institute is proud to announce that 29 marinas have been accredited as Clean & Resilient Marinas in 2023. In addition, AMI certified 77 Clean & Resilient Marina Professionals this year to bring the number of CRMPs to nearly 150.  

“We are thrilled to see our numbers of clean and resilient marina professionals and clean marinas grow as our program wraps up its second year. They are all working hard to show that marinas are good stewards of the environment and we care about the future of our waterways. I congratulate everyone involved,” said John Swick, AMI Chairman.  

The following marinas were accredited as Clean & Resilient:

  • Belmont Harbor 
  • Burnham Harbor 
  • Channel Club Marina 
  • Cross Timbers Marina 
  • Diversey Harbor 
  • DuSable Harbor  
  • Fairhaven Yacht Works  
  • Faro Blanco Marina  
  • Hall of Fame Marina  
  • ​Harbour Towne Marina 
  • Jackson Inner Harbor  
  • Jackson Outer Harbor 
  • Laurel Marina  
  • Legendary Marina  
  • Little Harbor Marina  
  • Lynn Creek Marina  
  • Martha’s Vineyard Shipyard 
  • Monroe Harbor  
  • Montrose Harbor 
  • Morningstar Marinas Southport 
  • Port of Sunnyside Club 
  • SHM-Cove Haven Marina  
  • SHM-Fiddlers Cove Marina  
  • SHM-Green Harbor 
  • SHM-Vineyard Haven & Edgartown 
  • Sunrise Harbor Marina  
  • Yarmouth Boat Yard 
  • 31st Street Harbor  
  • 59th Street Harbor   
AMI’s twin clean programs aim to increase the environmental expertise and use of best management practices by marina personnel to protect the waterways and shorelines. The program begins with a 1 ½ day training taught by industry experts aimed at teaching marina staff rules, regulations, and best operational practices to ensure compliance with federal programs and to minimize the pollutants entering our waters.  

Upon successful completion of the course, CRMPs are eligible to self-certify their marinas using a comprehensive checklist of mandatory and advised practices and submitting supporting evidence for the practices they undertake. AMI’s Clean and Resilient Marina committee reviews each application and determines whether or not a facility meets the qualifications to be accredited. Marinas maintain their standing for three years, after which time they need to resubmit their application materials and experience another review.  

AMI has three CRMP training courses slated for 2024 in Florida, Maine, and Nevada and will continue to work with CRMPs to get their facilities certified. For more information visit Association of Marina Industries (AMI) (