Azzura Marine, Australia’s premier yacht building company, has announced the launch of its stylish new website. Providing a comprehensive overview of the highly successful marine company, the innovative website showcases the group's diverse capabilities.
Rolling imagery illustrates Azzura Marine’s capacity to construct quality motor and sail yachts, while its auxiliary marine services, including refit and repair, brokerage, and other service and support functions are also detailed.
Visitors will notice a clean and refined feel to the site. Informative, rather than sales driven, it is simple to navigate. An evocative black and white menu bar greets visitors upon entry. Each image reflects a core element of the group’s activity and transforms into colour as the mouse hovers over.
Access to each of Azzura Marine's standalone new build sites is provided via the Azzura Marine parent site. “The new site will help our audience navigate to the heart of who we are and what we are passionate about and take away at least a feeling of what makes an Azzura Marine project unique – quality construction, fine craftsmanship and superior service,” said Azzura Marine Director Iain Murray.
In line with the group’s strategic plan, the new website is designed to complement Azzura Marine’s integrated communications strategy. Details of the group’s three impressive shipyard facilities, latest news, media articles, events schedule, brokerage listings and recruitment are all managed in-house and regularly updated.
With decades of boat building experience Azzura Marine has established a reputation for delivering premium quality vessels and produces three distinctive brands; Marten Yachts, Sydney Yachts and Azzura Yachts, in addition to being the appointed build partner for the larger range of Performance Yachts.
Azzura Marine has constructed over 250 yachts to date. Their custom and production vessels have received numerous awards, including an International Superyacht Society Design Award. Director Iain Murray is a veteran of four America's Cups, ten time world champion sailor and Olympian.