Sailing Networks builds websites for sailors, teams, clubs, class associations, event organisers and marine businesses
With years of industry and sailing experience we can build flexible websites to meet your needs quickly and efficiently - with custom websites starting from as little as £450 you will be surprised what you can afford.
Sites can be integrated into the broader Sailing Networks community - giving you the benefit of additional exposure to the sailing world.
If you need a completely new website or you just want to add functionality to an existing website then please contact us or phone 023 8011 1471 for a free consultation.
Have a look at some of the sites below and see what we can do for you!
The SailingNetworks Abersoch Dinghy Week runs from 21st to 27th July 2007. The site offers all participants and their families and easy way to find out what's going on and communicate and share pictures and information. Register on the site for the chance to win prizes including a coaching session with Hugh Styles.
The site is powered by Sailing Networks and allows all registered users free access to Sailing Networks services, including social networking, photo sharing, blogging, etc.
Hugh Styles is a multi-tasking, multi-talented force to be reckoned with. His pedigree includes Olympic Tornado sailing and Olympic coaching, Extreme 40 and F18 cat sailing and his latest venture is to join the Sailing Networks team as their on-the-ground/on-the-water ambassador.
Naturally Hugh's new website is powered by Sailing Networks. Watch out for some exciting new developments coming later this year.
Paul is currently World number one Laser sailor, European and British Champion. In 2000 Paul went to the Sydney Olympics as Ben training partner and caught medal fever determined to represent his country in future Olympics. In 2006 Paul won four gold medals and a silver, giving him an excellent start to his campaign for Beijing 2008.
Powered by Sailing Networks, with graphic design by Waterbrand, the site was created to meet Paul’s requirements for a user and media friendly website to support his 2008 Olympic campaign.
Richard established himself as a professional photographer in 2000 after 5 years as an imaging scientist at Kodak. Clients have included to name a few; HM King Harold V of Norway, S.M. Don Juan Carlos de Borbón King of Spain, Breitling MedCup, Americas Cup.
The new site provides quick access to Richard’s growing library of stunning images and is built on top of Sailing Networks’ feature rich SailingGallery.
The Mean Machine Team has been campaigning racing yachts for over 20 years with great success. Now they are taking on the biggest challenge in sailing – the Volvo Ocean Race 2008-09.
To support this new high profile campaign, the Mean Machine Team have a new website, designed by Nanda Nengerman and built and powered by Sailing Networks.
The Bermuda Sailing Association (BSA) chose Sailing Networks to update their web activities and work closely with them to develop useful web based tools for membership management, communication and coordination of sailing activities in Bermuda.
The association is the governing body for the sport of sailing in Bermuda and is recognised by the Bermuda Government and the International Sailing Federation (ISAF).
British Paralympic Sailor Helena Lucas has a new website. Powered by Sailing Networks, with graphic design by Waterbrand, the site was created to meet Helena’s requirements for a user and media friendly website to support her 2008 Olympic campaign.
The Sailing Networks platform has the flexibility to create the site that Helena wanted, "I am delighted to be working with Sailing Networks on the design and maintenance of my new website and looking forward to benefiting from the increased publicity this generates for myself and my sponsors".
Austin Sperry was born in Oakland, CA and began sailing at a young age on San Francisco Bay. Austin started out in El Toros and 5.5 metres, but before long was sailing with his father in Star boats. It was then that Austin's passion and talent for sailing began to emerge.