Something's changed? Welcome to the all-new dailysail!

Something's changed? Welcome to the all-new dailysail!

Saturday February 13 2010 Author: James Boyd Location: none selected

Welcome to the new all-singing all-dancing freshly relaunched version of thedailysail.com. It contains many familiar features – content divided into offshore, inshore and dinghy categories. Significantly the site is now free but with premium content only accessible to subscribers. There are also a wealth of new features for subscribers – the ability to blog for free within our community, forums, comments and general interaction, polls, free classified advertising and much more. Today the 33rd America’s Cup was decided, with the Larry Ellison's BMW Oracle team taking the series 2-0.

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First visit to the new site

First visit to the new site this evening and liking it already. Great job. I reckon the interactive approach will be a huge success.

Thanks guys and girls. We're

Thanks guys and girls. We're doing our best and there's still a lot of tweaking - some major, some minor - to do. Thanks for bearing with us. More carbon - I entirely agree 774922!

Great stuff, well done for

Great stuff, well done for keeping it fresh and for having the nuts to go with the new business model. I wish you all the best with it...

Thanks for a new much better

Thanks for a new much better site! I would love more content on yacht design, the cool stuff, like canting keels, foils and canards, wing masts (or sails as BMWO calls it), carbon fibre anything, PBO etc. etc. The two AC multis must be reasure troves in this area. Go a little deeper into it as you have done on occasion earler.

New site looks good but can

New site looks good but can you throw some more coal on the boiler, the new server seems to be a bit... slow. Just teething problems I guess!

James, I think the site

James, I think the site will take a couple of days of getting use to, but first impression are that its looking great. I also think the idea of User Generated content will be awesome as well. Great work guys, keep it up! Chriswah

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  • 16/02/2010 - 18:00
    First visit to the new site this evening and liking it already. Great job. I reckon the interactive approach will be a huge success.
  • 16/02/2010 - 12:53
    Thanks guys and girls. We're doing our best and there's still a lot of tweaking - some major, some minor - to do. Thanks for bearing with us. More carbon - I entirely agree 774922!
  • 16/02/2010 - 09:49
    Great stuff, well done for keeping it fresh and for having the nuts to go with the new business model. I wish you all the best with it...
  • 16/02/2010 - 09:12
    Thanks for a new much better site! I would love more content on yacht design, the cool stuff, like canting keels, foils and canards, wing masts (or sails as BMWO calls it), carbon fibre anything, PBO etc. etc. The two AC multis must be reasure troves in this area. Go a little deeper into it as you have done on occasion earler.
  • 15/02/2010 - 20:38
    New site looks good but can you throw some more coal on the boiler, the new server seems to be a bit... slow. Just teething problems I guess!
  • 15/02/2010 - 17:54
    James, I think the site will take a couple of days of getting use to, but first impression are that its looking great. I also think the idea of User Generated content will be awesome as well. Great work guys, keep it up! Chriswah

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