The Moorings debuts new Web site

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The Moorings announced the launch of its new, interactive Web site, which integrates the Moorings bareboat sailing, power yacht and crewed yacht product lines.

The comprehensive site features a collection of easy-to-navigate travel tools that are designed to allow interested charterers to review in-depth destination details, including sample itineraries with key points of interest, interactive maps, current weather, cruising conditions, travel notes, customer reviews, images and videos.

Operating more than 25 bases and managing more than 600 yachts across the Caribbean, Mediterranean, South Pacific, Indian Ocean, Far East and North America, The Moorings offers a diverse collection of destinations.

The Moorings provides vacationers with an extensive collection of monohull and catamaran yachts that range in size between 32 feet and 65 feet.

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