Boca Raton, FL, August 20, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The new name draws upon the company's significant brand recognition of its boating & fishing enthusiast portal. In addition, the ClickToBoat.com name incorporates the driving force behind the company's web strategy in building a portfolio of services for boating , fishing and outdoor recreation activities; starting with "Click To Boat" for boaters and Click To Fish for anglers.
"The name change to ClickToBoat.com from NavQuest.com builds on an already
strong market position", says Harry Sangha, President, ClickToBoat.com. "Our customers assimilate our brand with the most exciting, innovative online marine mapping, directional products available with location based services. We will continue to develop new web based services to better serve boating & fishing enthusiasts around the world." Mr. Sangha continued, "Over the next few months we will cease using the domain NavQuest.com and transition to ClickToBoat.com globally as our company name and primary brand identifier for web services with fishing resources under the brand 'Click To Fish'."
Launched in early 2007, ClickToBoat.com (Formerly NavQuest.Com) designs
and develops expert marine directions, navigation and business geographic
software for online, wireless and proprietary electronic navigational devices. The creator and owner of an innovative digital waterway route network, ClickToBoat.com (Formerly NavQuest.Com) is a patented resource and the only online navigation and trip planning tool that allows boaters to access directions, maps & charts, travel guides and safety information, as well as share information and routes with other boaters. Offering a breadth of tools for recreational boating enthusiasts, ClickToBoat.com (Formerly NavQuest.Com) also provides informational resources for scuba divers, including details on dive sites and wrecks, as well as destination guides for vacations and trips. In addition the sites provides access to Click To Fish, a resource designed specifically for anglers, offering maps with fishing detail for thousands of lakes throughout the United States.