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Yachting magazine redesigns website

Yachting magazine unveiled a redesigned website that uses responsive design that is accessible on any device or screen size.

”We are ecstatic to introduce to our loyal readers a unique design with a more engaging experience,” group publisher Glenn Sandridge said in a statement.

“Our audience and advertisers deserve the best display quality with the best presentation possible, and that is what we are giving them,” he added. “The new website tailors to their interests in a fresh, sleek and luxurious new look to match the recent print redesign and streamline the search process in key categories.”

The redesign includes larger video and image windows, and the site automatically resizes display layout and adjusts based on the device consumers are using.

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