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Superyachtnews.Com Launches Today

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5th September 2011


Superyachtnews.Com Launches Today

SuperyachtNews.com, a brand new site brought to you by leading global superyacht media company The Yacht Report Group, launches today, Monday 5 September 2011.

SuperyachtNews.com is the completely revolutionised and remodeled successor to Synfo.com, the leading superyacht news and information source for the luxury yacht industry. Amongst the myriad of new changes are: a simpler and more user friendly menu bar, user comments under stories, a 'most read' section, reduced banner advertising and a separate press release section.

The news will continue to be managed by News Editor Will Mathieson and as ever the team is dedicated to bringing its loyal and rapidly increasing online audience the latest superyacht news and information from across the globe.

Director of Content and Digital Media, John Mitchell said:

"SuperyachtNews.com is a total evolution of Synfo.com. Over the last year, we have earnestly listened to audience's feedback, and rather than further develop one site, we decided we needed to deliver a completely new one instead. SuperyachtNews.com as a title is a more obvious and dynamic URL, providing all the information at your fingertips much more innovatively and intuitively"

SuperyachtNews.com is expected to build on Synfo's achievements including a 30% increase in traffic in the last year alone.

Visit the new site here: SuperyachtNews.com

The Yacht Report Group has several more digital developments in the pipeline that will be announced in due course. Watch this space!

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