At MMK, we all come to work every day because we want to make yacht charter business easier to handle. Yachting is supposed to be fun, so our goal is to create more time for charter professionals to develop closer relationships with their clients.
We're obsessively passionate about it, and our mission is to empower cooperation between Charter Operators and Agencies. Our team of Heroes is excited to create intelligent yacht charter business solutions for everyone through our software, education, and community.
Booking Manager charter application automates all aspects of the booking process including price and discount calculations.
Booking Manager allows your partners to securely log in into your own private availability list and make direct bookings over the internet.
Charter companies visible on Booking Manager Portal are also available for real-time booking on our partners websites.
Booking Manager Portal helps you save time by automatically creating booking confirmations, invoices for clients and agency commission invoices.
Booking Manager helps you accomplish much better visibility on search engines by allowing your clients to search for yachts and create requests or bookings directly on your website.
The System provides API that is easy to integrate, reliable data, a constantly growing fleet of yachts and a fast responsive support team, able to take actions and provide guidance quickly and effectively.
I appreciate Booking Manager as our primary system. It helps us to work easier and get real time worldwide availability. Furthermore, I appreciate their nice friendly team and efficiency. If every booking system could be so performant, I would be really happy.
“Sailing DNA website is our online answer to the question of how to empower individuals to explore the world's oceans and embrace the thrill of sailing. Thanks to the MMK team we can now share our passion and years of experience with our clients on our website where we can clearly show that our charters are designed to create lasting bonds between sailors, the sea, and the environment.”