Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 17, 2012
The luxury boating blog website has been dormant for quite a long time now. It recently started posting new content on its blog section but without the posts being shown on the home page.
The updates were courtesy of the blog’s new web management team, who seem to be giving more priority to the blog section of the site.
Today, the homepage now features a queries button found on the top-right corner that says “Questions? Email us at contact(at)yacht-sea(dot)net” on it.
Site manager Nicolas Camp says, “The queries button is a good place to start in initiating positive change with the website. What it sorely lacked in the past was a way for users to get in touch with the people who run the site.”
“I know that it is barely even a change at all, but it’s a step towards bigger changes and greater things. It’s all about knowing what your users want and need in your site.”
This also hints at a larger update to the website’s current look and function. Basing on what the new management team has done so far, it seems as though they plan on taking the website towards a different direction, with the blog as it’s centerpiece.
“Although we may look like we aren’t doing much with the website right now, we’re actually just prioritizing things accordingly since we’re juggling several projects and websites at the same time” says Camp.
Yacht-Sea.net serves as one of the few websites that blog on luxury yachting on a regular basis. It keeps close tabs on current record holders of World’s Most Expensive Yachts and the World’s Largest Super Yachts.
Yacht-Sea.net features only the finest and most luxurious yachts in the world. The website has lists of the most expensive and the largest privately owned super yachts around the world.