Superyacht Support in Savannah

Tuesday, October 02, 2001
Intermarine Savannah's 21-acre shipyard can accommodate almost any need of today's technically-advanced megayachts. To its $60 million facility with the installation of a new T1 line offering direct Internet access for the world's largest yachts. This fast-paced access to the Internet is currently being utilized by one of the world's only, fully computerized sailing yachts, the Dutch-built Hyperion. The 155ft. Huisman sailing yacht is owned by Dr. Jim Clark, whose status in the computer world spearheaded the construction and design of this technology-oriented vessel. Recently arriving in Savannah for repair work, including haul out, centerboard and rig work, Intermarine Savannah's enhanced internet capabilities will enable the boat's captain to update software on all 27 of the on-board computers during its stay in Savannah.
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