Yacht Sales – Broker Launches New Website for Luxury Craft

Press Release
Wednesday, May 09, 2012

Worldwide luxury yacht brokers, '26 North Yachts' launches new website with reviews, information on over 80 yacht manufacturers

Fort Lauderdale-based luxury yacht brokerage firm 26 North Yachts recently launched an upgraded website that the company beliieves sets a higher standard for luxury yacht sales and purchase.

Stated to be comprehensive in its scope and coverage, 26NorthYachts.com provides extensive information and reviews on over 80 luxury yacht manufacturers, in addition to yacht reviews and comparisons.

Employing the latest web technologies, 26NorthYachts.com also offers engaging podcasts and videos to review and showcase previously owned yachts for sale—all in a format easily accessed through mobile devices. Arming buyers and sellers with up-to-date information they require, the site provides strategy guides and market analyses, unique to the user's position in a deal. Finally, users will find the Hot Deals section useful in finding the yacht of their dreams priced to sell.

Co-Owner/Broker Nicholas Scherb said, "With the launch of our improved site, we are able to offer more to our sellers and buyers by way of enhanced information in the way that today's market consumes—typically online, through videos, podcasts, and a variety of mobile devices." Added Mike Carlson, co-owner/broker, "Our enhanced site further advances our position in the yachting industry through our use of cutting edge technology."

 

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