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MarineMax Vacations launches new website

MarineMax Vacations has a new website that the company says has an updated look and feel and is easier to navigate for people looking for a yacht charter.

“We are excited to optimize our digital presence by providing our customers with a fresh new experience,” said Dave Bigge, regional president of MarineMax, in a statement. “This will allow them to navigate the information and target the exact content that they are looking for.”

The new website is MarineMax Vacations’ first step in enhancing the digital customer experience. The company’s goal is to provide relevant content to users including content related to the type of charter experience a person is interested in, including boat and crew options, destination choices, frequently asked questions and more.

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