Associations, Affiliations, and Links
|VesselArrest.com - National Maritime Services Vessel Arrest and Custody
National Maritime Services and sister company National Liquidators (National) are the preferred choice of lenders, maritime attorneys and insurance companies in the field of vessel arrest and custody. We have also been the leading vessel recovery and remarketing firm since 1988. We seize, transport and auction vessels for numerous federal, state and local law enforcement agencies, as well as manage four federal contracts for the U.S. Marshals Service. Consequently, we are approved by the Government's General Services Administration (GSA) to handle vessel custody work.
|National Liquidators Aircraft Auctions
For recreational pilots and dealers interested in purchasing an airplane, National Liquidators has handled hundreds of aircraft sales and recoveries since our inception in 1988, including private jet aircraft, multi-prop and single engine airplanes, ultralight aircraft, helicopters and aircraft parts. Our inventories include various types of aircraft for sale, including bank repossessed aircraft, government seized aircraft and brokerage aircraft. We maintain an experienced staff at our aircraft sales facilities in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Newport Beach, California and Cleveland, Ohio.
|National Liquidators RV Auctions
As America's largest boat and yacht liquidation company, National Liquidators has expanded our sales and service expertise to include aircraft and RVs. Our inventory includes bank reposessions, foreclosures and brokerage RVs. We maintain an experienced staff at our RV sales facilities in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Cleveland, Ohio and we can transport anywhere in the United States.
|Maritime Capital Group
Maritime Capital Group, Inc. is a direct lender for some of the world's largest banks. They have the relationships to facilitate your financing needs. Loans from $20,000 to $30,000,000 are available.
|Fort Lauderdale Mariner's Club
The Fort Lauderdale Mariner's Club first met at the Cafe De Geneve on March 2, 1989. The objectives of the Club are simple and straightforward. They are a non-profit, non-political organization devoted to the promotion of friendly associations among its members, to encourage high standards of business practice throughout the community and to provide a forum to improve the marine industry in South Florida.
|Marine Industries Association of South Florida
Marine Industries Association of South Florida members - comprised of marinas, boatyards, boat builders, megayacht manufacturers, yacht and charter brokers, craftsmen, technicians, marine suppliers, wholesalers and retailers plus a wide range of other marine related businesses - are primarily located here in the South Florida region to serve this world renowned marine community known as "The Yachting Capital of the World"
|National Maritime Bankers Association
The National Marine Bankers Association was formed in 1979 by Founding Directors Bill Otto, Don Mattocks and Jackie Forese. It was created, and continues today, to educate current and prospective lenders in marine financing procedures, promote the extension of credit to consumer and trade borrowers, maintain alliances with industry partners, measure and report on the vitality of the marine lending market, and actively maintain networking and communication benefits for its members.
|The Propeller Club of the United States
The International Propeller Club of the United States is a grassroots, non-profit organization, whose membership resides throughout the United States and the world. It is dedicated to the enhancement and well-being of all interests of the maritime community on a national and international basis. The Propeller Club aggressively promotes the maritime industry through many of its programs and partnering with other similar organizations.
|Maritime Law Association of the United States
The objectives of the Association are to advance reforms in the Maritime Law of the United States, to facilitate justice in its administration, to promote uniformity in its enactment and interpretation, to furnish a forum for the discussion and consideration of problems affecting the Maritime Law and its administration, to participate as a constituent member of the Comité Maritime International and as an affiliated organization of the American Bar Association, and to act with other associations in efforts to bring about a greater harmony in the shipping laws, regulations and practices of different nations.
|Port Everglades Association, Inc
The Port Everglades Association is the Who's Who of the Port Everglades business community, representing the diverse group of port tenants, users and service providers in and around the port. Port Everglades is one of the fastest growing deep-water ports on the U.S. East Coast, with the Port Everglades Association proudly serving as a bridge between public and private interests to facilitate the Port's achievement of its rightful place in the first rank of America's ports of ocean commerce.
|Lake Erie Marine Trades Assocciation
The Lake Erie Marine Trades Association was formed in 1957 by a handful of boat dealers that sought to organize a large indoor boat show for the Cleveland market. It now includes approximately 100 members that are provided with legislative advocacy, educational support, and efforts to improve boating in Ohio. LEMTA staff members organize five boat shows each year (in Cleveland, Columbus, Sandusky, Port Clinton, and Michigan City, Indiana) and help plan the North Coast Harbor Boating & Fishing Fest in Cleveland.
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