Press Release: Baltimore Based Startup, Dockshare, Joins Innovative Maritime Accelerator Program of Global Interest
News – Baltimore Based Startup, Dockshare, Joins Innovative Maritime Accelerator Program of Global Interest Baltimore Based Startup, Dockshare, Joins Innovative Maritime Accelerator Program of Global Interest BALTIMORE, MD (February 28, 2023) – What started out as a silly and slightly frustrating situation back in 2019 for Nate and Gina Young has now turned into a […]
News – Dockshare Joins Innovative Maritime Accelerator Program of Global Interest Read the full press release here. We are absolutely thrilled to announce our recent acceptance to the Maritime Blue Innovation Accelerator based in Seattle. Our startup experienced significant growth in 2022, and we are excited to leap into another year of exciting & rapid […]
Dockshare has identified Fort Lauderdale as a 2023 boating hotspot! With dozens of docks for rent in Fort Lauderdale on our platform, we wanted to tell you about our favorite way to spend a weekend boating in Fort Lauderdale!
So you’ve listed your dock on Dockshare, and finally, your long-anticipated booking comes in. How do you feel? Excited? Nervous?
Being a Dockshare host is easy when you know what to expect. We’ve created this short guide to help you prepare for boaters that are renting out your dock.
Headed to the Sunshine State for some Florida boating destinations? You aren’t the only one. In fact, Florida has the most registered recreational boats than any other U.S. state and welcomes at least 100,000 out-of-state boating vessels on any day.
Boating has been around for approximately 8,000 years, and as you can imagine there are some fascinating boating facts floating around! From the Stone Age dugouts to today’s tight knit boating community, life on the water is full of surprising moments. Check out a few of our favorite fun facts from all those years in between.
News – DOCKSHARE INTRODUCES THREE MARKETING INTERNS TO THEIR TEAM –Demcy Grill, Tori Ochoa, and Mateo Ortiz Focus Efforts on Social Media and Branding Strategies.
Dining on the water can sometimes be the best part of your nautical adventure. Whether you are seeking a relaxing or more upbeat waterfront restaurant option or deciding to pack your own snacks and meals of choice, Dockshare shares some tips on how to handle your hungry crew.
After spending last year’s Fourth of July at home during the pandemic, most people, like us, can’t wait to get out and celebrate this year; however, it’s still important to be COVID-safe. One of the best ways to do that is by entertaining a small group of guests out on the water to celebrate.
Most boat owners have experienced the headaches of figuring out a place to dock their boat. Some are lucky enough to have their own private dock where they can tie up, however, this limits them to that one safe space. Others rely on monthly rentals, local marinas, or even taking the boat out of the water after each trip. This can be costly in terms of money and time. With more private docks becoming available for rent, current boaters have great options.