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Sea Hawk Paints debuts website

New Nautical Coatings, manufacturer of Sea Hawk Paints, launched its new website.

The new site features high-end website design, search engine-friendly site structure and custom web modules and controls.

"Sea Hawk Paints has a reputation for quality and innovation within the bottom paints industry and we rely on our partners to maintain that reputation," director of marketing Jason Revie said in a statement. "We wanted to provide not only a premium website that reflects our premium products and brand, but also features our extensive network of certified partners."

The new Sea Hawk website features advanced search function so users can find local Sea Hawk partners to apply the bottom paint. This search feature is controlled by a custom module that manages the information for each Sea Hawk Paint application specialist.

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