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YachtWorld revamps charter website

YachtWorldCharters.com, a Dominion Marine Media business and the global marketplace for the yacht charter industry and individual yacht charterer, announced the relaunch of its website.

The company said the site has been redesigned and rebuilt to create an enhanced user experience for those interested in chartering a yacht anywhere in the world. Formerly boat-focused, the site is now destination-focused to provide the user with relevant content and research tools to find the best destination and yacht for a charter vacation.

Information and photographs of destinations, boats and opportunities will be continually added by industry experts, including Kim Kavin, Zuzana Prochazka, Neil Rabinowitz, Nick Crang, John Burnham and Carol Cronin.

The company said the content, together with the improved site structure, will provide improved search engine optimization capabilities that will result in more exposure for charter operators.

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