Boaters in Victoria have, for the past few years, enjoyed the benefits of a completely free resource providing a one-stop-shop for all things marine.
Now, boaters around the country will soon be able to enjoy those same benefits. Shipmate Marine Directory, the recreational boaters essential guide, is going national, providing a free resource for boaters in all states of Australia.
Boaters around Australia can find a complete A - Z of marine trades and services listed by category, detailed information on yacht clubs, marinas and marine organisations, real time weather and tides around Australia as well as marine news and events.
The completely revamped website www.shipmate.com.au now includes the facility to filter listings by state, making it easy to find information fast. On the site you’ll also find Shipmate News, a round-up of marine news from around Australia, and make sure you check out the latest videos which are regularly updated.
The website is optimized for viewing from smartphones and tablets but if you prefer, there’s also a Shipmate App for iOS and Android, available free from the iPhone App Store or Google Play.
In Victoria, boaters can also pick up the print version of Shipmate Marine Directory, a 152 page, full colour pocket guide. The 2014 edition is out now and available free from yacht clubs, marinas, marine organisations and selected marine businesses.
As a free resource for all of the boating community, Shipmate provides free listings to any business that provide products or services direct to boaters. If you fit this category, make sure you visit www.shipmate.com.au and submit your listing online. It’s that simple!
While you’re on the site, make sure you register to receive Shipmate News - our twice-monthly marine e-newsletter, which naturally, is free too!
For more information visit www.shipmate.com.au
by Propel PR
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11:17 AM Mon 20 Jan 2014GMT
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