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Marinalife debuts superyacht cruising guide

Marinalife said it launched its first Superyacht Edition, which includes cruising itineraries from Maine to the Florida Keys.

Marinalife said it launched its first Superyacht Edition, which includes cruising itineraries from Maine to the Florida Keys.

The new edition is tailored to facilities, captains and crew with yachts larger than 80 feet.

Marinalife said the 36-page glossy publication provides essential cruising information that includes marina details, service centers, fuel locations, provisions and events that cater to large yachts.

The guide complements Marinalife’s quarterly lifestyle publication, Marinalife magazine, which is distributed nationally and provides articles on marina destinations and cruising stories, captains’ tips, history, weekend trips and more to boaters and marinas in the United States, Canada, the Bahamas and the Caribbean.

“This type of special edition gets me closer and closer to my vision for Marinalife, which is to truly enhance every boating experience, whether you enjoy weekend trips or longer voyages,” Marinalife president Joy McPeters said in a statement.

“My boating friends ask me often about where to dock and find the best fuel and services on the water. Our special Superyacht Edition will provide that type of key information.”

The Superyacht Edition launched Tuesday at the fourth annual Superyacht Summit, which the United States Superyacht Association hosted at the West Palm Beach (Fla.) Marriott.



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