Re: [Amel] Re: Amel's new website
What I found particularly odd is that they describe the 54 as "Designed for a crew of 4-6 people - seasoned sailors maybe, keen sailors definitely."toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I found that under the English language "Amel 54 Spirit" tab. That is perplexing as the whole point behind the Amel ketches has been to produce a bluewater cruising boat easily managed by a couple. I have never been on an Amel larger than the Maramu however it seems that any of them can be easily managed by a couple. I find the Maramu easy enough to singlehand although I prefer to sail with crew.
The Flash animation is overused and in my opinion mildly annoying. The site seems to be under construction still as I see some new stuff on there this morning.
Thanks for the archive link.
--- On Fri, 12/5/08, Richard Tate <email@example.com> wrote:
From: Richard Tate <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: [Amel] Re: Amel's new website
Date: Friday, December 5, 2008, 6:13 AM
It's hard to believe that Amel is not using it's website to educate
the world about all their innovative features that have really set
them apart over all these years of development and refinement. And
eliminating any mention of previous models isn't a good turn, IMHO.
However the good news is that the Wayback Machine -- located at
www.archive. org -- has indexed and stored the previous www.amel.fr
websites (and virtually every other public website). Just looking at
the Sept. 28, 2007 'snapshot' you'll find the pages showing the
previous Amel models (although only the French language pages preserve
the webpage formatting). The bad news is that higher resolution photos
or documents don't seem to be available.
SM #5 Spice
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