Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Virginia Marine Resource Report No. 2001-13
In an effort to support Virginia's application for federal grant funds under the Department of Interior's "Boating Infrastructure Grant Program" (Grants), the Marina Technical Advisory Program (MT AP) at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science has undertaken assessment of the state's recreational boating infrastructure needs. 1 A total of $32 million has been authorized over four years to fund this new program. It is designed to help states develop and maintain facilities for transient non-trailerable (26' and over) recreational boats. The Virginia Department of Health (VDOH) has provided overall leadership in the Boating Infrastructure Grants process and has been supported by the Virginia Sea Grant Program in completing marina and boater needs assessments, culminating in this Boating Plan.
Boating, Recreation, Virginia
Completed on behalf of the Virginia Department of Health, Office of Environmental Health Services and the Virginia Sea Grant College Program
Murray, T. J. (2001) Virginia Boating Plan and Access Needs Assessment. Virginia Marine Resource Report No. 2001-13. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William and Mary. https://doi.org/10.21220/V5DN2D