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Marinalife offers free cruising updates

Online concierge service Marinalife added navigation notices free for boaters, giving them regular updates on regional cruising areas.

To offer the service, Marinalife partnered with Chuck Baier, who maintains waterway updates and summarizes them as e-mail alerts for Marinalife members. In addition to providing navigation updates, Baier is a contributing writer to Marinalife magazine and will represent Marinalife on Florida’s West Coast.

The notices focus on seven popular cruising regions: the West Coast, the Great Lakes, New England, the Mid-Atlantic, the Southeast and the Bahamas/Caribbean.

In addition to the e-mail notice, all regional updates are available for review on marinalife.com.

Click here for the full release.

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