MIAMI – (January 9 , 2015) Collaborative Boating Inc. has announced the launch of Tidalwavez, the company’s third digital platform designed for recreational boaters. The free smartphone app, available in the Apple App Store, allows boaters to connect with each other and share information while out on the water.
Intuitively designed by boaters for boaters, Tidalwavez allows users to create a profile, share location information and images, fishing hot spots, marine life sightings, raft-ups, hazards and more. Boaters can coordinate schedules for a day on the water, see what friends are doing and where, share tips on the hottest restaurants and bars and locate area landmarks and resources.
“Until now, there has never been a way for boaters to connect with other boaters, find their friends on the water, check boating traffic on the water and find and share experiences while out on the water, all in real time,” said Andy Sturner, CEO of Collaborative Boating, Inc.
About Collaborative Boating Inc.
Collaborative Boating Inc. is a South Florida-based company owned and operated by experienced marine executives. The company’s mission is to transform the $121 billion marine industry by utilizing state-of-the-art collaboration technologies to make boating more fun and affordable through best-in-class technology and unprecedented industry partnerships.
Initial product offerings include, BoatSetter a new mobile marketplace offering the only luxury peer-to-peer boat rental service. CaptainsWanted.com is the marine industry’s leading network offering captains the ultimate resource to market their skills to the world. Tidalwavez is the first social media app custom tailored specifically to the recreational boating community offering a fun and useful way to say informed and stay connected while out on the water.
For more information please visit Tidalwavez.com or download the app from the app store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/tidalwavez/id811726032?mt=8. Like Tidalwavez on Facebook at Facebook.com/Tidalwavez, follow Tidalwavez on Twitter @TidalWavezApp or visit CollaborativeBoating.com.