America’s leading online boater-to-boater rental and charter marketplace, Cruzin, now makes it easier than ever to find local places to boat and fish. The company has enhanced its www.cruzin.com website with the Places to Boat and Fish map, created by the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF) for its Take Me Fishing campaign.
Places to Boat and Fish is an interactive state-by-state map that guides users to marinas, boat ramps, bait shops, fishing license vendors, parks and other points of interest. “This is a valuable tool, particularly for Cruzin renters, or those who are vacationing in a new area. The Places to Boat and Fish map enables people to more easily enjoy time on the water and all the positive things that lifestyle brings, just as we do through Cruzin,” said Jaclyn Baumgarten, Cruzin CEO. The Places to Boat and Fish map can be found on Cruzin at www.cruzin.com/related_services.
“We’re pleased Cruzin has added our Places to Boat and Fish map to their website, providing visitors with direct access to comprehensive boating and fishing ‘how-to’ and ‘where-to’ information,” said Frank Peterson, president and CEO of RBFF, which developed the Take Me Fishing campaign. “Both Take Me Fishing and Cruzin are committed to breaking down barriers to participation and we believe this content-rich map is a great first step.”
Cruzin delivers a safe, convenient way for people to charter vessels directly from boat owners. It enables owners to generate income from their vessels, and helps bring people back into the lifestyle, through a nationwide online community. Owners have control over who rents their boat, and when. Renters are pre-screened and need two years of boating experience. Both owners and renters are protected by $1 million in insurance and the towing services of BoatUS throughout the rental. With listings ranging from fishing boats to runabouts to sailboats, Cruzin helps keep boating fun and affordable. Membership is free.
Take Me Fishing is the boating and fishing communities’ award-winning campaign to create awareness around boating, fishing and conservation, and educate people about the benefits of participation. The campaign website, TakeMeFishing.org, features tips and how-to’s that can be used all over the country, tools to compare different styles of boats, information on how to get a fishing license, and boat registration. More information about Take Me Fishing or the Places to Boat and Fish map is available from Stephanie Vatalaro, RBFF director of communications, at 703-778-5156 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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