Boats.com launches mobile website

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Boats.com, a Dominion Marine Media business that has thousands of boat reviews, has launched a new mobile version of its website.

People who go to www.boats.com on mobile devices can now search more than 450,000 available boats using a simple, fully functional search tool, the company said. The launch of the mobile experience allows users to quickly search for boats on the go, and its streamlined look and function provide an abridged version of the main website’s search functionality, the company said.

Visitors can quickly find new or used boats by type, price, brand, length and ZIP code, and can search for boats added within a specific date range, as well as see listings supported by video, the company said.

“Providing user-friendly technology to easily search for boats from a mobile device is a natural extension of the advantages we offer our visitors.” Sonya Schweitzer, Boats.com’s director of business development, said in a statement.

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