Marinalife adds boatyard search feature

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Marinalife recently launched a service and maintenance locator feature on its website that provides detailed information about the services that boatyards and repair yards around the country provide.

This new service allows boaters to search by city, state, or facility name and use an advanced search to filter by the type of repair they need. Facilities and services listed include hull repair, rigging installation and repair, travel lift and engine services, moorings, rack storage and warranty service work.

It also enables the boating public to easily find service, maintenance and repair yards. Facilities also may choose to be a featured partner with Marinalife and receive premium placement within search results. Listings of service facilities in the directory also often include videos, photos and fuel prices and may offer Marinalife membership discounts through the Marinalife Discount Card.

Marinalife is offering all boatyard and repair yards a free listing in the Services section of the website.

Marinalife also has partnered with the American Boat Builders and Repairers Association to help promote the services of its members to the boating public. ABBRA members are designated with an ABBRA logo next to their listing within the service and maintenance locator.

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