Boat Parts Source unveils new Web site

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Boat Parts Source, a supplier of aftermarket marine parts and accessories, launched a new Web site.

The new site features a tool for looking up Mercury and MerCruiser products - a function that will be expanded to include other OEM manufacturers as the site evolves. Other product categories include propellers, electronics and accessories - from fenders to cockpit covers and more.

"Whether you have a runabout or cruiser, outboard or sterndrive, we have the engine parts and other boating supplies you need to keep you on the water," said Josh Bigio, operations manager of Tampa. Fla.-based Boat Parts Source, in a statement.

"Our goal is to serve the do-it-yourself boater and marine wholesaler by carrying the largest assortment of surplus, discontinued and hard-to-find marine parts and accessories on the Web," he added.

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