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Shipshape Pro aims to change US Marine contracting industry

June 07
13:47 2021

“We are the drivers of technological adoption in the marine industry”. This claim by Shipshape.PRO is making waves in the country’s boating circuit.

For the first time in the history of seafaring, Shipshape.PRO have brought to the fore connectivity features like professional service tagging, precise distance calculators, personalized chat windows, judicious review sections and comprehensive user profiles for avid boaters and marine service professionals. They also boast a search-friendly professional database of over 2000 marine contractors, so far, across the United States.

Founded with the vision to provide all stakeholders of the marine industry with their very own online marketplace, as a marine enthusiast, a boat owner, or a professional service provider, Shipshape.PRO gives everyone the access to a multitude of features that will help them make good course, every time they find themselves in irons.

Shipshape.PRO provides just the right harbor for boating enthusiasts, packed with information from DIY instructions on maintaining a yacht to finding the best marine professional service providers in vicinity. Shipshape.PRO wants all boats in the US to remain seaworthy at all times.

With over 11.9 million registered boats, given the corrosive nature of marine environment and the presence of over 37000 marine service professionals, the marine industry looks well poised to do excellent business in 2021.The launch of Shipshape.PRO could not have been timed better. This might just be the online platform that sets the post-pandemic economic turnaround in motion.

Shipshape.PRO is the brainchild of Merrill Charette and Talha Bhatty, two enterprising live-aboards who have previously worked together to develop a portable, multifunctional utility kit under their umbrella company United Marine Systems. This kit: The Dinghy Thingy, includes various utilities – a battery, a bilge pump, a solar charger and speakers among other things – was purpose-built to optimize for space on dinghies and received much recognition at the Newport and Boston boat shows.

With a combined 11 years of marine experience, coupled with a cumulative 37 years of business management and digital transformation experience, Merrill and Talha have taken it upon themselves to bring the geographically scattered and digitally handicapped marine industry onto a comprehensive online platform – Shipshape.PRO.

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Company Name: Shipshape.PRO
Contact Person: Merrill Charette
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Phone: +17742397663
Country: United States

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