Silver Arrows unveils new website

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A new website was recently launched for Silver Arrows Marine and its awaited 14-meter Mercedes-Benz-styled motoryacht.

As well as regular updates on progress, the site contains information about the new company and the designers, engineers and boatbuilders who are bringing the yacht to life, the company announced.

As work proceeds, special features will be added, detailing the many innovations of the yacht. Areas of the site are dedicated to Mercedes-Benz Style and detail its involvement with the project, and also to Porto Montenegro — Silver Arrows Marine’s home port in the Mediterranean basin.

It also includes a press-room section with the latest media reports and a link providing easy access to key Silver Arrows Marine personnel.

“We wanted a website that accurately captured who we are and what we are trying to achieve, and we have got exactly that,” Silver Arrows Marine chairman Ron Gibbs said in a statement. “The site is as enticing as the boat itself and clearly shows the passion everyone has for this exciting project.”

Click here to visit the new website.

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