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Viking debuts new Web site

The Viking Yacht Company has launched a newly redesigned Web site.

The new site is interactive and easy to navigate, and provides the latest information on the Viking line of luxury yachts, photography, video and specification sheets, according to the company.

In addition to news stories about the company, the site also provides a regular feature, "Shot of the Day," which brings visitors directly into the plant or aboard a Viking on the water for a behind-the-scenes view.

Visitors are also encouraged to take part in the site's biweekly poll on such topics as cruising and fishing.

New Gretna, N.J.-based Viking Yacht Company builds convertible sportfishing and cruising yachts from 42 to 82 feet in its 810,000-square-foot facility on the Bass River.

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