The Boat Shop does not endorse "spamming".
We do not want people to receive unsolicited e-mail. In the
strictest sense of the definition, you can not contact anyone via e-mail unless that
person has specifically told you that you can contact them or invited contact (i.e.
classified ad). This applies to businesses, non-profit organizations, and
We do support open communications and we feel that 99.9% percent of the
boating/sailing community wants to hear about boating/sailing matters, receive pertinent
information about the industry, and be informed about resources that are available on the
The best way to let as many people know about the important matters,
pertinent information, and resources is via e-mail. Most people do not appreciate
receiving junk mail (normally without a valid reply address and a questionable
"offer" of some kind). However, there are some people that are offended
about receiving legitimate e-mail telling them about similar interest matters.
To avoid offending anyone, The Boat Shop does not send out
"spam". We will occasionally send out information to people that have
indicated they are interested in boating and/or sailing. If that offends anyone, we
apologize. We do not want to intrude into anyone's life.
If you wish to never receive e-mail of any kind from The Boat Shop please
visit our "removal page".
To all true boaters and sailors.... Thank you for you time and
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