VesselVanguard Raises Boat Service Bar

Press Release
Thursday, March 21, 2013

VesselVanguard announce its new Platinum Level Service for owners of vessels over 80-ft in length.

 VesselVanguard, a web-based subscription service that organizes manuals, maintenance schedules and warranty requirements for all on-board systems to create a digital Boat Profile, unveil its new Platinum Level Service.

Designed to meet the needs of vessels 80-feet and larger, the premium subscription processes information for a greater number of vessel managers including the yacht owner, captain, chief engineer and boat yard, to name a few, compared to its standard service level which addresses the needs of up to three stakeholders.

The Platinum Service also offers a more comprehensive boat profile system for seamless management of customized pieces of equipment typically found on larger vessels as opposed to the more standardized systems found on smaller boats. Yachts provisioned with VesselVanguard’s Platinum Level Services benefit from a complete online Boat Profile including a digital master equipment list, library of manuals and a customized maintenance calendar for timely upkeep requirements of all onboard systems.

Superyachts have hundreds of unique systems and a countless number of individuals who participate in their operation to deliver a first class experience to owners; we are pleased to add our Platinum Level subscription to meet the specific needs of these vessels,” said Don Hyde, CEO, VesselVanguard. “Our all-encompassing subscription service offers a more sophisticated access-permissions structure and equipment list to simplify and enhance management of these vessels, ensuring details are organized and easily accessible to owners and stakeholders alike.”
 

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