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Marinas.com reports 2010 revenues

Marinas.com posted a 25.11 percent increase in gross revenue in 2010, the company reported. Net operating income for the year increased 13.51 percent.

Marinas.com is privately held and did not provide specific sales figures.

"Our user base of active boaters who visited Marinas.com to make marina reservation requests and purchase marina yard services and marine products has tipped 3 million visits,  making 2010 our best year in our 15-year online history of Marinas.com on the World Wide Web," the company said in a statement.

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