I better not say where, a few boats over time do get damaged in every marina, this one have improved procedures since my incident so have learnt.
My boat is 2004/2005 and yes the damage is down to this incident, as we all know repairs unless you can do them yourself cost a lot of money. Ive asked a few people about costs of repairs and they are all similar, its just the way it is. If you have a boat of X tons being driven into a non movable object by a fork lift of X tons its the boat that is going to give way. Hats off to Garmin, the impact to the antanea and antanea pole didnt destroy the antanea or the mount just drove it backwards and buckled the main A Frame. So far damage is Cover needs replacing and they aint cheap, A Frame needs replacing plus de rigging costs, Antanea, some cracking around where the rubbing strake joins the tube on starboard side and 2 areas of minor gelcoat damage to hull where I believe it may have hit one of the bunk bars on the dry stack. Work involved making a new a frame and de rigging and rigging etc adds up.
I have spoken to my insurance company and will need to update them, if marina pays for the damage then I wont have to claim off my insurance, if not then hassles ahead but I think they will, they have tightened up on their handling procedures which is a good thing.