YachtWorld.com unveils mobile Web sites

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YachtWorld.com, a leading Internet yacht brokerage portal, launched new mobile Web sites for the U.S. and the U.K.

Optimized for iPhone/iTouch, Blackberry (OS4.6+) and Android devices, these new Web sites are streamlined versions of the full-service Web sites that allow visitors to search boats for sale, view the boat details and photos and contact the appropriate broker for more information.

"At YachtWorld.com, we are constantly working to keep up with new technologies and to make sure people looking for boats have access to the appropriate information when, where and how they want it," said Mike Dickman, director of marketing, in a statement. "In early February, we will launch additional international YachtWorld.com mobile Web sites in French, German, Italian and Spanish to further our global reach."

YachtWorld.com features more than 114,000 brokerage boats worldwide offered by more than 2,400 yacht brokerage houses and 10,000 individual yacht brokers in 100 countries,

YachtWorld.com and Soundings Publications are divisions of Dominion Enterprises.

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