My-Villages adds six Florida marinas

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Six major marinas joined The Boat Village’s collaborative in southeast Florida.

Old Port Cove Marina and North Palm Beach Marina in North Palm Beach; the Palm Bay Club Marina in Miami; and three marinas from the Aquamarina portfolio in Pompano Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Aventura in southeast Florida are the latest to join the collaborative.

The marinas will offer The Boat Village, an online service coordination tool, to slip holders, providing them with the latest technology for boat management and online service coordination.

My-Villages created The Boat Village and owns the DockMaster marine management software.

“We are a forward-thinking and technology-friendly company. We are always looking for ways to enhance boaters’experiences and provide value to slip holders,” Aqua Marine Partners COO Steven Kinderman said in a statement.

“The Boat Village Premium service provides tools that help boating customers connect with service technicians and other marine professionals in a simple and efficient way. By offering The Boat Village, we are seeking to improve maintenance and keep boaters boating, which is good for everyone — especially the boater. Additionally, the marketing support that comes with the strategic alliance is quite valuable.”

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