Marinas.com reports revenue growth

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Marinas.com reported a 37 percent growth in visitors for 2009, along with an 11.5 percent growth in revenue, the company said.

Exact sales figures were not provided.

Online since 1996, Marinas.com touts itself as the world's largest interactive image-based marina Web site with more than 2.6 million visits, and 125 million hits per year.

Jupiter, Fla.-based Marinas.com contains more than 500,000 high resolution marine images. Users can make a marina reservation anywhere in the world at one of Marinas.com's 25,000 marinas and marine locations in North America, Western Europe and the Caribbean.

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