New Service Offered for New England Beach Rentals: Free One Year Listing is expanding its coverage to include New England beach vacation rental listings. New England area property owners and agents are invited to sign up for a free one year listing.

Orleans, MA (PRWEB) March 11, 2006 — (, a leading Internet source for Cape Cod & Islands beach information, is expanding its coverage to include New England beach vacation rental listings. Property owners and rental agents are invited to sign up at for a free one year vacation rental property listing. From beach house and condo rentals in Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine, to lakefront cabins in Vermont and throughout the region, the New England beach vacation rental listings will provide comprehensive information on summertime places to stay and play in New England. currently provides complete vacation activity and town information for Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket featuring photographs and detailed descriptions of all the most popular beaches including fresh water ponds/lakes. New beaches and towns are being added every week. For more information please visit

Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket have some of the most scenic, pristine beaches found anywhere. Boasting nearly 1000 miles of coastline, there are over 150 fresh and saltwater beaches to choose from. At users can now take a virtual tour of the beaches of Cape Cod , Martha’s Vineyard, and Nantucket. Soon all of the beaches of New England will be available online. is devoted to providing comprehensive information about beaches and beach-related activities. The editors of are Mike Marks, Tad Ryan, John Winchell and Chris Johnson, dedicated year round Cape Cod surfers.

As a kid Mike Marks spent most of his summer days bodysurfing at Santa Monica, Venice or Zuma in SoCal. He began board surfing after getting married on Kauai 11 years ago and has been making up for lost time ever since…first in SoCal and now on Cape Cod. If the air/water temp is above 20F/33F and the waves are better than knee high and clean, Mike is on it.

In the 1980′s Mike worked as a commercial photographer and photojournalist in New York City. His accounts included corporations such as American Express, IBM, De Beers, Nikon, General Electric and magazines such as Life, Money, Newsweek, Sport and Time. Mike graduated cum laude from UCLA in 1978 with a degree in Economics.

Mike is a cofounder of WorkTools, Inc., Endeavor Tool Company, Accentra Inc., Invention City Inc., and Sandjam’R Inc.

Growing up in GA & FL, John Winchell developed an early fascination with the surf branded clothing he wore as a youth. After moving to Cape Cod in 1986, he started skimboarding almost daily at the beach 5 minutes from his Dennis, MA home. After nine years working in the bicycle industry as a mechanic and data analyst, he sold his mountain bike & bought a longboard. Six years later, he’s surfing 3-4 times a week and still loves it. John recently moved back to Cape Cod from the SF Bay area. He has 8 years of web production experience culminating in his own Internet consulting business, Show Don’t Tell Consulting. John graduated cum laude from UMass-Amherst in 1994 with a BA in Journalism.

John is responsible for all MoreBeach’s information-rich content and detailed beach descriptions.

Tad Ryan spent his early years pounding the pavements of the world’s greatest cities in the US and Europe. Upon getting his driver’s license, he headed straight for the beach. He’s a nationally ranked windsurfer, committed surfer and kite surfer, Tad has ridden waves all over the world and, for most of his adult life, has also been shaping high performance surf and windsurf boards. Now he’s fabricating outrageous kiteboards, as well (if the wind is between 15 and 40 he’s out there).

Many of the best photos at MoreBeach were shot by Tad.

Chris Johnson is true Cape Cod native. He’s been surfing for a dozen years and has also created many of Cape Cod’s best surf-related websites:,,, and some not so surf related sites like

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