WindPath unveils new Web site

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WindPath Fractional Yachting launched a redesigned Web site to extend the reach of its programs.

The new site features expanded content and streaming media, including video clips for nine of the 13 boat models in its fleet of Catalina and Back Cove Yachts.

Each of the 10 WindPath locations now has a dedicated microsite featuring the local fleet, training programs, and other local offerings unique to each base. The redesign incorporates a brand new “infinite path” logo design, fresh colors and graphics and new navigational tools.

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