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Florida boatyard debuts new website

River Forest Yachting Centers of Stuart and LaBelle, Fla., said it launched a new mobile-friendly website.

River Forest Yachting Centers of Stuart and LaBelle, Fla., said it launched a new mobile-friendly website.

The company said boat storage and service customers can now easily access the website on all platforms.

The company also said visitors can access Active Captain from each River Forest Yachting Centers locations page to easily read or leave reviews.

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