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Sea-Dog unveils revamped website

Sea-Dog recently launched an updated website.

The site, which averages more than 1.25 million hits a month, was redesigned to make navigation easier. It has a simplified interface and an easy-to-use product search engine that uses keywords, product name or part number to search for an item.

New features include the ability to download the 2011 catalog and dealer merchandising guide, access to all product instruction sheets, a complete list of Sea-Dog dealers, high-resolution photos and detail drawings of every item and a merchandiser support section.

There is also a "Project List" function that allows users to put together and print a list of the parts they need from a dealer for a project.

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