Starcraft has a new Web site

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Starcraft Marine has redesigned its Web site with more graphics and more information for visitors.

“It provides information in a manner that will serve as a source for the entire Starcraft boating experience, from the buying decision to boat usage and care,” said Peter Barrett, vice president of corporate marketing, in a statement.

The new site, at www.starcraftmarine.com, features 360-degree photos and overheads with pop-up photos, as well as new videos.

A new Pro Fishing Corner hosted by Greg Yarbrough will provide articles, fishing tips and other helpful information on a monthly basis. Videos produced by Mark Romanack of Precision Angling/Fishing 411 Television will also be featured in the Pro Corner.

A new Kids Club area will see an updated look in the coming months.

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