Argos Nautic updates website

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The new Argos Nautic website has been optimized for viewing on a mobile device as well as on a computer.

The new Argos Nautic website has been optimized for viewing on a mobile device as well as on a computer.

Luxury rigid hull inflatable tender manufacturer Argos Nautic has revamped its www.argosnautic.com website.

The company says the website is optimized for mobile devices while still being easy to use on a computer. The site is part of a larger online presence for Argos Nautic, which has also expanded its social media footprint and has gained followers on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.

“We wanted our website to capture the elegant, yet thoroughly modern feel our boats are known for,” said Patrick Sullivan, Argos Nautic’s sales and marketing representative, in a statement. “Subtle details combined with bold, broad brushstrokes create the online experience we were looking to achieve.”

Argos Nautic recently added a 330 Jet to its model lineup. 

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