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Booking Manager REST API is a great way to implement online bookings on your website with a little bit of programming.

Get Results Faster

With the reliable JSON format, API is fast in processing your requests and delivering results.

The response time is down to a minimum making the desired data available at all times.

Simple Integration

Data integration is fast and simple, MMK API protocols are easy to implement in your website in only a few hours.

The API manual comes with many examples of various calls in all existing program languages as well as a list of all possible results or errors.

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There is also a test button providing you with an opportunity to test results by simply copy-pasting the provided code.

You can use the API to improve your website in any way you want including up to date features such as chatbots.

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Zeki Yücel

Clients Speak For Themselves

Booking Manager System was our first and only choice when starting a charter agency because of their know-how and reputation built over more than 12 years in this market.

Zeki Yücel,
Co-owner, Bavaria Yacht Broker 28 10 36 38
Sandra Maraš

Clients Speak For Themselves

"Customer experience is our highest priority and we wanted the website to reflect that. By simplifying the booking process our clients are able to get all the information needed to book the sailing Hollidays that fit their needs. Bareboat, crewed or cabin, our website offers it all!"

Sandra Maraš,
Booking and Product Manager, Orvas Yachting 28 10 36 38
Sergej Semjonovs

Clients Speak For Themselves

“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.”

Sergej Semjonovs,
Director at Sailing DNA 28 10 36 38