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Snag-a-Slip Partners with Waterway Guide Media

08-Mar-2016

Have you heard of Snag-A-Slip? They’re like the Hotels.com of the boating industry. The online company connects boaters with available slips nearby, while showcasing marinas in the same way that hotels are promoted. And now, the online boat slip reservation company that launched in June 2015 has announced a strategic partnership with Waterway Guide Media. The partnership includes a number of integrations, including an exclusive role as the sole slip booking engine on the Waterway Guide’s brand-new mobile app.

The landmark partnership is the first of its kind since boat slip reservation technology entered the market. It serves as a signal that online slip booking is here to stay. In addition to Snag-A-Slip’s exclusive placement on the mobile app, the long-term partnership includes: An exclusive Snag-A-Slip filter on the Waterway Guide mobile app, so boaters can find Snag-A-Slip marinas easily; link integration with marina listings in the Waterway Guide Online Explorer; and shared date between the two companies to support real-time and accurate reservations for boaters.

“We are so excited to announce our partnership with Waterway Guide,” says Snag-A-Slip founder Dan Cowens. “As boaters, we have long admired Waterway Guide and are truly grateful to have built a strong, and now formal, relationship with such an established and credible force in the boating industry. Ultimately, our companies share a similar goal, which is to make boating easier and more accessible to people who love the water.”

Snag-A-Slip has nearly 100 marinas listed on its website, spanning from the Chesapeake Bay to Florida and the Great Lakes. The mobile-responsive website allows boaters to explore marinas by region, city or marina name, and then search for slips available based on travel dates, length, beam, draw and power requirements. They can book their preferred marina immediately and there are no booking fees associated.

For more information, visit snagaslip.com.

 

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