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Tennessee Boating Compilation Project – 2007 & Beyond

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This project captures boating trends, capacity studies, population projections, and economic factors data for the entire state of Tennessee and all of its major boating reservoirs so that TWRA could …

This project captures boating trends, capacity studies, population projections, and economic factors data for the entire state of Tennessee and all of its major boating reservoirs so that TWRA could make better-informed decisions concerning agency activities.

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  • 1. State of Tennessee Boating Compilation Project – Looking at 2007 Data and Beyond National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) September 29, 2009 Corpus Christi, Texas Waterways Management, LLC Edward Poolos
  • 2. Recreational Boating in Tennessee: A Compilation of Data from 2007 Prepared for: Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Boating Division By: Waterways Management, LLC March 2009
  • 3. What Drove the Creation of this Report
    • TWRA Boating Division Strategic Plan
    • Vision of Former Chief of Boating with TWRA
  • 4.  
  • 5. Sections within Report
    • Recreational Boating Statistics
    • Economic Impact of Recreational Boating in Tennessee
    • Future Land Uses and Waterfront Development Plans
    • Recreational Boating Projections
    • Effect the Recreational Boating Projections Would Have on TWRA
    • Conclusions, Additional Data Needs, Other
  • 6. Section 1
    • Tennessee Boating Statistics
  • 7.  
  • 8. Tennessee Boating Statistics
    • Tennessee Has 25 Major Reservoirs (> 4,000 Surface Acres)
    • The 25 Major Reservoirs contain:
    • >670,000 Surface Acres
    • > 12,000 Shoreline Miles
  • 9.
    • Tennessee Ranked 16 th in the Number of Registered Boats
    Tennessee Boating Statistics
  • 10. Tennessee Boating Statistics
    • Tennessee Ranked 2nd in the Number of Registered Boats among Inland States
  • 11.
    • Tennessee has 9 Locks along it River Systems
    • Passing Through these Locks in 2007 were:
      • > 14,000 Recreational Vessels
      • > 31,000 Tons of Commercial Products
    Tennessee Boating Statistics
  • 12.  
  • 13. Section 2 Economic Impact of Recreational Boating in Tennessee
  • 14. Economic Impact of Recreational Boating
    • Total Economic Impact of Recreational Boating in Tennessee in 2007 was:
    • $ 3,415,000,000
    • The 3.415 Billion can be divided into:
    • Sales: $1,826,000,000
    • Labor Income: $ 592,000,000
    • Value Added: $ 997,000,000
  • 15.
    • Tennessee Ranked 16 th Nationally in Number of Boat Businesses with 371 .
    • Tennessee ranks 3 rd in Number of Employees that work in these Boating Businesses with 9,700 . Ranking Behind only California and Florida.
    Recreational Boating Economic Impact
  • 16. Recreational Boating Economic Impact
    • Tennessee Ranked 17th for total expenditures for new powerboats, outboard motors, boat trailers, and boating accessories in 2007.
  • 17.
    • Over past 10 years, Tennessee Boaters Have Spent over $ 2.94 Billion on Powerboats, Trailers, and Motors
    • Tennessee Ranked 11 th in New Boat Sales in 2007.
    •  
    • Tennessee Ranked 15th in the amount spent on new outboards motors with $63,693,000.
    Recreational Boating Economic Impact
  • 18. Recreational Boating Economic Impact
  • 19. Total Economic Impact from Center Hill Marina $1,185,200 Recreational Boating Economic Impact
  • 20.
    • Future Land Uses and Waterfront Development Plans
    Section 3
  • 21. Waterfront Development Plans and Future Land Uses
  • 22.
    • Five Largest Cities in Tennessee have either just completed (Chattanooga) Waterfront Redevelopment or Have Plans (Clarksville, Nashville, Memphis, Knoxville) to do so .
    • In Total the 5 Plans would add:
    • > 9,000 feet of transient docks
    • 5 New Marinas
    • 16 New boat Ramps
    • 5 Plans satisfy Much of Transient Needs
    Waterfront Development Plans and Future Land Uses
  • 23. Waterfront Development Plans and Future Land Uses City of Nashville Waterfront Development Plan
    • Project would be Completed in 4 Phases.
    • 3 of the Phases would have Recreational Boating Component
    • The Plan would create:
    • > 4,000 feet of transient docking
    • 2 New Marinas
    • 5 New Boat Ramps
  • 24. Waterfront Development Plans and Future Land Uses Knoxville South Shore Waterfront Development Plan The Plan would create: > 1,800 feet of transient docks 1 New Boat Ramps
  • 25. Waterfront Development Plans and Future Land Uses Lake Normandy Land Use Availability
  • 26.
    • Recreational Boating Projections through 2030 for the State of Tennessee
    Section 4
  • 27. Recreational Boating Projections
    • Projections of Registered Boaters in Tennessee Through 2030
    • Year Projected Boat
    • Registrations
    • 2007 271,687
    • 2010 292,016
    • 2015 312,698
    • 2020 318,564
    • 2025 322,772
    • 2030 328,808
  • 28. Recreational Boating Projections Registered Boats by Length by Year
  • 29. Recreational Boating Projections Registered Boat Projections by County 3390 3173 2955 2728 2666 Robertson 1980 1891 1796 1695 1580 Stewart 3427 3186 2944 2697 2454 Dickson 3848 3541 3230 2917 2542 Cheatham 7786 7071 6399 5753 5358 Montgomery 2025 2020 2015 2010 2007 County
  • 30. Recreational Boating Projections Registered Boats Projections for 2015 by County by Length 11 30 45 1834 1034 2955 Robertson 0 7 27 1089 673 1796 Stewart 2 12 58 1692 1180 2944 Dickson 1 14 58 1721 1434 3230 Cheatham 4 26 115 3962 2292 6399 Montgomery >65' 40'-65' 26'-40' 16'-26' <16' Total Reg. County
  • 31. Recreational Boating Projections Specific County Projection Through 2025
  • 32. Recreational Boating Projections Specific County Projections Through 2025 by Specific Length
  • 33. Recreational Boating Projections Accident Projections in Tennessee Through 2025
  • 34.
    • Effect the Recreational Boating Projections Would Have on TWRA
    Section 5
  • 35. Effect Projections Would Have on TWRA Projections by TWRA Regions
  • 36. Effect Projections Would Have on TWRA Projections by TWRA Regions
  • 37. Effect Projections Would Have on TWRA Percent of Registered Boat Increase by 2025 by Region
  • 38. 2007 Enforcement Hours Per Region Effect Projections Would Have on TWRA
  • 39. Effect Projections Would Have on TWRA 2010 Enforcement Hours by Region Additional Enforcement Hours Required to Maintain 2007 Level: 6,592
  • 40. Effect Projections Would Have on TWRA 2020 Enforcement Hours by Region Additional Enforcement Hours Required to Maintain 2007 Level: 11,509
  • 41. Effect Projections Would Have on TWRA 2025 Enforcement Hours by Region Additional Enforcement Hours Required to Maintain 2007 Level: 12,187
  • 42. Effect Projections Would Have on TWRA Top 5 Lakes with the largest increase (2007 -2025): Lake Change % Change Dale Hollow Ocoee Douglas Barkley Kentucky 1,138 28.6 1,143 27.9 3,328 26.5 2,264 25.1 9,656 24.8
  • 43.
    • Conclusions, Interesting Findings, Additional Needs, and Other
    Section 6
  • 44. Conclusions, Interesting Findings, Additional Needs, and Other Comparison of Registered Boat Projections vs. Population
  • 45. Conclusions, Interesting Findings, Additional Needs, and Other Interesting County Comparisons (Boat Registrations vs. Population) Bedford County, TN
  • 46. Conclusions, Interesting Findings, Additional Needs, and Other Effect Out of State Boaters Have on TWRA Regions
  • 47. Boating Capacity Worksheet on TN Reservoir using Jackson Density Equation 1991 (10 acres per boat all uses)
  • 48.
    • Additional/Better Data Needs
    • Officer Information
    • Where Residents actually Boat
    • Specifics About Out-of-State Boaters
    Conclusions, Interesting Findings, Additional Needs, and Other
  • 49. QUESTIONS???

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