Dockmate Wins Prestigious Innovation Award in Propulsion Equipment & Parts at Miami Show


Miami, FL – Dockmate, a leading provider of advanced docking solutions for the marine industry, is proud to announce its recent win at the National Marine Manufacturers Association’s (NMMA) annual Innovation Awards. Held during the celebrated Miami show, Dockmate was honored in the category of Propulsion Equipment & Parts for its groundbreaking Dockmate DPS system.

The NMMA Innovation Awards, judged by an esteemed panel from Boating Writers International (BWI), spotlight manufacturers and suppliers who push the boundaries of innovation in the boating industry. This year’s awards saw Dockmate emerging as a leader in technological advancement with its Dockmate DPS, a system that revolutionizes the way boaters dock and maneuver their vessels.

Gary Reich, one of the eight BWI judges with extensive experience in marine journalism, commended Dockmate DPS for its transformative impact on boating safety and convenience. “Dockmate DPS brings the benefits of dynamic positioning systems to hundreds of thousands of boats that previously couldn’t leverage its safety and convenience,” Reich noted, highlighting the system’s significance in enhancing marine operations.

The Dockmate DPS system is designed to offer precision docking capabilities to a wide range of boats, making advanced technology accessible to a broader audience within the marine community. Its innovative approach to docking not only enhances safety but also contributes to a more enjoyable boating experience for users.


“We are thrilled to receive this award and to be recognized by such a respected organization and panel of judges,” said a spokesperson for Dockmate. “Our team is passionate about innovation and committed to providing solutions that make boating safer, easier, and more enjoyable for everyone. This award is a testament to our hard work and dedication to advancing the marine industry.”

The NMMA’s annual breakfast and awards ceremony is a highlight of the Miami show, bringing together industry leaders to celebrate achievements in innovation. Dockmate’s recognition at this prestigious event underscores its role as a pioneer in the development of marine technology and its commitment to excellence.


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