Stay Local Boatma


The Stay Local Boat MA transient referral program is operated by Massachusetts Marine Trades Association [boatma.com]. The program was established to encourage seasonal boaters to travel to various destination marinas along the beautiful coastline of Massachusetts and in return receive a discount for doing so. If you are a seasonal guest at one of the participating marinas you are eligible for a dockage/moorings discount at any of the other participating marinas. The program is also designed to encourage group travel by offering a larger discount based on the total amount of boats traveling.

2017 Program Structure
$75: MMTA and CCMTA Members per facility with 200 or fewer slips/moorings
$150: MMTA and CCMTA Members per facility with over 200 slips/moorings

$150: Nonmembers per facility with 200 or fewer slips/moorings
$300: Nonmembers per facility with over 200 slips/moorings

What Does Your Fee Include?
Transient Boater Card for Each of Your boaters
Season-Long Rotating Banner Ad on www.staylocalboatma.com
Facility Name on Various Stay Local Press, E-news and Other Promotions
Personal satisfaction knowing you are supporting the boating industry in Massachusetts and helping to keep transient boating dollars in Massachusetts.

Sponsorship/Participation Opportunities:
$500 non-exclusive program sponsor would include logo highlight and banner ad on www.staylocalboatma.com.
$50 off enrollment fee for referring a facility to join Stay Local
Premier Marina option: double fee of participating marina in exchange for a "Premier Marina" designation at top of the stay local card and at the top of the stay local website.

Discount Structure:
1 to 4 boats traveling receive a 10% discount on Dockage
5 to 9 boats traveling receive a 15% discount on Dockage
10 boats traveling receive a 20% discount on Dockage

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For more information on the Staylocalboatma.com please contact:
Randall Lyons at randall@boatma.com or (508) 221-1378

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