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Hunt Yachts debuts redesigned website

Hunt Yachts redesigned its website to serve as a showcase for the brand.

Hunt Yachts redesigned its website to serve as a showcase for the brand.

The newly launched site, which is still accessible at, was designed by Lighthouse Media Solutions.

“The new website shows the widest product line in the industry — from 25 to 80 feet — that only Hunt could design and build,” Hunt Yachts president Peter Van Lancker said in a statement.

Listings for used yachts are also available, as is the Hunt Store, blog and event calendar.

The modern design features large, high-resolution images in a contemporary and easily navigable layout. The content-driven site shows all aspects of Hunt Yachts, from building and service to the sales team and events.

Hunt’s social media platforms and blog are linked to the site so interested customers stay up to date on the company.


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