DockMaster launches online reservations featureMay 26, 2019 by Triton Staff
West Palm Beach-based DockMaster, a software company that provides management systems for marinas, boatyards and yacht dealerships, has teamed up with marina booking platform Swift Harbour to launch DockMaster Online Reservations.
The new web- and app-based booking system streamlines the transient reservation process and eliminates double entry, according to a company press release. Optional features allow marinas to use solutions unique to their operation.
“At DockMaster, we believe in promoting and growing the brands of the world-class marinas and marine businesses that use our products,” stated Cam Collins, president at DockMaster Software.
Collins went on to say the partnership between DockMaster and Swift Harbour gives boaters the flexibility of booking slips online or using a mobile app, and enables marinas to manage bookings in seconds while remaining in control of the customer relationship.
“Swift Harbour is about bringing boaters and marinas together with an elegant and easy process,” stated James Copeland, CEO of Swift Harbour.
For more information, visit DockMaster.com.
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