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Fairline debuts new Web site

Fairline Boats recently launched a new Web site.

The site features easier navigation for the company's products, including caps, jackets, fleeces, polos and burgees. Drop-down menus across each of the clothing, accessories, on-board items and outdoor activities allow visitors to browse with ease.

Based in Great Britain, the site can ship its merchandise anywhere in the world. To celebrate the launch of the site, visitors can enjoy 10 percent off their total purchase by entering in the discount code "newshop" from now until Christmas Day. Shipping costs still apply.

Click here for the full release.

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