We at Dockwa firmly believe that adopting online bookings and digital payment methods will advance your marina to meet the expectations of boaters today. Read how industry leaders have implemented these tools and the benefits associated with employing this technology.
Learn how technology can enhance and speed up your contracts and documentation process. Implementation is easy, and your marina will be well-equipped to meet the needs of your boaters.
The latest section of the National Marine Manufacturers Association's 2021 U.S. Recreational Boating Statistical Abstract shows that boating and trailer sales have leveled off, but interest in boating is still booming.
The docks and show booths were hopping with attendees at the Newport International Boat Show (NIBS), September 15 to 18—and Dockwa boaters shared lots of good vibes with Dockwa staff at the show.
Your manual process for billing and invoicing is time consuming and creates a negative boater experience. Free up some time and delight customers with Dockwa’s Billing and Invoicing Tool.
The marina’s 9th annual Seafoord Festival on August 13 also featured Rhode Island seafood, music, and community waterfront fun.
When Bristol Harbor and Emerald Harbor began using Dockwa, they discovered how much more utility the platform offers, compared to their previous software from Molo.
Your manual process for sending out contracts is costing you precious time that could be spent delighting your boaters. Learn how Dockwa’s Digital Contracts will help save time.
The development of yacht clubs in the 1800s is an important chapter of our boating and marina history in the U.S.—and tells us much about the country’s early yearning for nature and community.
Current industry research shows that the next generation of boaters are different than today’s. Your marina may need to adapt.
Work smarter, not harder, and become a 21st Century marina while optimizing revenue, meeting boater preferences, and reclaiming time and space in your marina life.
Midtown Race Club is helping to reestablish racing-sailboat traditions on the waterfront of Newport, the longtime home of the prestigious America’s Cup.
You can no longer run your marina the same way you did ten (or even five) years ago. Your typical boater has changed and so has their expectations and preferences. Re-evaluate and consider changing your processes to provide a better boater experience (and keep your boaters coming back).
Meet customer expectations so your boaters can make marina boat charges, wallet-lessly, by saying, “Put it on my account” with no credit-card swiping or signature required.
The better your marina’s online reputation is, the more likely it is that boaters will make the decision to give your marina a try.
Create the best boater experiences during the busiest seasons with these tips from marina managers on bringing aboard seasonal staff.