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Yatco debuts mobile-ready website templates

The yachting industry search engine Yatco recently launched a Premier Sites service.
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The yachting industry search engine Yatco recently launched a Premier Sites service.

The Florida-based company said the enhanced service provides yachting company members and yachting professional members with customizable website templates that are fully responsive and designed to engage the consumer with ease of navigation and a modern look.

“Our primary consumer site has been fully responsive since 2014; being committed to keeping our members on the leading edge of technology, we continually improve and update,” Yatco founder and CEO Steven Myers said in a statement.

“It’s an understatement to say the Internet and technology are always evolving. Yatco takes pride in keeping up with the advancements while, most importantly, keeping ahead of them. Our success at outpacing technological evolution is a direct benefit to our members, enabling their content to enjoy maximum visibility and searchability.”

Yatco also said it launched Charter Pro System, an industry-specific search and listing system for the charter professional. With worldwide reach, the company said Charter Pro connects the world’s top charter companies through a user-friendly and dynamic interface.

Yatco said it believes Charter Pro fulfills the high demand in the professional marketplace for a system that can handle the complexities of charter while incorporating today’s latest technology to support the high speed and versatility of an ever-growing industry.

Yatco also recently said it is opening its first European office in Bologna, Italy, to support the needs of the burgeoning global yachting industry. Yatco’s European headquarters is managed by Gherardo Gardo, its European business development director, and supported by Orlando Florio, its European sales and marketing manager.

“In response to the growing demand for Yatco’s unparalleled technology services, we are excited to expand our operations by creating a more formal presence in Europe, with reach also extending to the Middle East,” Myers said.

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