River Forest Yachting Centers revamps its website

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Florida’s River Forest Yachting Centers recently unveiled a newly redesigned website.

The site touts a new navigation and menu design describing marina’s storage options and services and includes an interactive current marine forecast, the National Weather Service live radar, local weather for its locations in Stuart and LaBelle, and current information on the Okeechobee Waterway, along with a gallery of pictures and marina news.

The website was launched in conjunction with the expansion of River Forest Yachting Centers’ LaBelle facility’s covered service area, which will soon double in size and be capable of accommodating six boats up to 90 feet being serviced undercover.

River Forest Yachting Centers also commissioned the construction of a new Travelift for its Stuart location that will expand its ability to place boats up to 70 feet.

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