Snag-A-Slip launched its website in June. Like a Hotels.com for boat slips, the site asks users for the details of their trip and boat, shows them available spots and allows them to book online.
More than 80 marinas in the Chesapeake Bay now have listings on the site, which spent more than two years in development, Cowens said. Snag-A-Slip hopes to work its way south to Florida by Thanksgiving, with more than 250 marinas on board by the end of the year.
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