Superyacht News 2.0 collates digital content from across The Superyacht Group’s portfolio, allowing users to supplement business and fleet intelligence with design-, crew- and owner-focused articles.
Commenting on this momentous occasion, The Superyacht Group's chairman, Martin H Redmayne said: "This is the first stage in our new digital strategy - allowing readers to choose how, what and when they want to use our content and not be bombarded with everything all the time!"
Because, in a first for superyacht media provision, with such a wealth of content on offer users are now able to filter what they receive by selecting their preferred categories. This will ensure that the news they receive is tailored to their tastes, areas of interest or business activity.
This bespoke supply of content is unique to the Superyacht News app, effectively filtering out what is irrelevant in favour of delivering targeted news and opinion direct to your iOS device.
The app will continue to offer a live stream of the industry’s ‘Top Stories’, as well as the latest multimedia content via Superyacht Films, and the industry’s press releases and announcements.
With an unprecedented level of customisation, users can download content to read stories offline, further enhancing the mobile status of the app. In short, The Superyacht Group’s content is now available wherever you are. And with the Monaco Yacht Show set to get underway, there has never been a better time to download the app; it is the industry’s only way to stay up to date with news, opinion and insight whatever your area of specialism is.
All existing Superyacht News app users will be invited to update their existing versions to the new one in the coming days.
To download the Superyacht News app, click here.