Search engine for international boats debuts

Published online: Nov 03, 2009 News
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Bohil Media is launching a search engine for international offerings of boats.

The site searches boats from more than 30 sites and from more than 100 countries.

"In the past years we have noticed that consumers are taking progressively more note of boats offered from foreign countries during the orientation and purchase phase of boats. Certain boat types simply happen to be cheaper or more readily available in particular countries," said Caspar Peters, managing director at Bohil Media, in a statement.

"At AllBoats.com we are well in tune with this development," he added. "AllBoats.com searches an offer of more than 500,000 boats."

Information, such as year, price, dimensions, type of motor and size, seller location, photos and extra specifications, are collected and presented to sellers through an advanced search function.

The site can be translated into English, Spanish, French, German and Dutch.

Netherlands-based Bohil Media BV is a subsidiary of Telegraaf Media Nederland.

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