Our world is get­ting mo­re and mo­re di­gi­tal and com­for­ta­ble as smart pho­nes and la­te­st ge­ne­ra­tion de­vi­ces be­co­me mo­re af­for­da­ble in terms of da­ta con­nect costs and ha­ve be­co­me ba­sic items whi­ch ac­com­pa­ny us day af­ter day, sur­pas­sing by a long way even the

Superyacht - - Companies - by Da­nie­le Car­ne­va­li

Thanks to loads of Apps avai­la­ble to­day, cell pho­nes are not me­re pho­nes via whi­ch to com­mu­ni­ca­te wi­th others. They ha­ve clear­ly be­co­me a lot mo­re, they’re tru­ly mul­ti­func­tion al­lo­wing eve­ry user to chat, so­cia­li­ze, seek out in­for­ma­tion and to car­ry out a who­le lot of other things that not long ago re­qui­red you to lea­ve the so­fa and walk up to your pc in the stu­dy for exam­ple. A bit li­ke the way we used to shop for things. Ima­gi­ne boo­king flights di­rec­tly on li­ne, rent a car, or ju­st fly an’ dri­ve for exam­ple, and so on, for ho­tel re­ser­va­tions and re­stau­ran­ts wi­th use­ful feed­back and com­men­ts pro­vi­ded by end users. Go­ne are the ti­mes you had to con­tact your lo­cal tra­vel agen­cy or had to pick up ‘what’s on’ in Lon­don, Pa­ris, Ro­me from the news stand or cor­ner kio­sk you hap­pe­ned to be near to! Li­kewi­se things ha­ve chan­ged in re­crea­tio­nal boa­ting, or lei­su­re ya­ch­ting and thanks to cur­rent tech­no­lo­gy stan­dards OTAS ha­ve al­mo­st be­co­me the norm. In fact On­li­ne Tra­vel Agen­cies of­fer end users ber­th boo­king ser­vi­ce. This ser­vi­ce is clear­ly use­ful prac­ti­cal and at the sa­me ti­me it al­so means ad­ded sa­fe­ty, be­cau­se it is a kno­wn fact that at sea things can go wrong, due to sud­den wea­ther chan­ges, emer­gen­cies, me­cha­ni­cal fai­lu­res and so on and to ha­ve a chan­ce to know whe­re wi­thin rea­so­na­ble di­stan­ce and ti­me it is pos­si­ble to re­pair to ac­cor­din­gly is cer­tain­ly ad­ded va­lue whi­le crui­sing. Doc­k­boo­king is the an­swer to whoe­ver is see­king an in­tui­ti­ve App, whi­ch is re­lia­ble and user friend­ly. When com­pa­red to other Apps, Doc­k­boo­king has not been de­ve­lo­ped as a so­cial ‘mu­st ha­ve’ tool whi­ch

al­lo­ws users to ex­chan­ge opi­nions and fur­ther their com­men­ts about per­so­nal ex­pe­rien­ces, and yes, it has been de­vi­sed to pro­vi­de quick ef­fi­cient boo­king ser­vi­ce func­tio­nal­ly, and in a man­ner whi­ch is ea­sy to use. Sim­ple re­gi­stra­tion and lo­gin com­ple­ted ju­st pun­ch in your yacht de­tails whi­ch al­low an al­go­ri­thm to au­to­ma­ti­cal­ly sear­ch the mo­st sui­ta­ble ber­th ac­cor­din­gly (LOA, LWL Sail or po­wer, mo­no or mul­ti hull etc.) Re­que­sted boo­kings are pa­ya­ble by cre­dit card via Stri­pe plat­form at ti­me of boo­king. Spo­ra­dic use of the App is al­so en­vi­sa­ged wi­thout ha­ving to re­gi­ster, this ho­we­ver means ha­ving to do wi­thout au­to­ma­tic re­sear­ch of the ber­th whi­ch be­st mat­ches your re­que­st. Doc­k­boo­king has fi­na­li­sed an agree­ment wi­th Pa­gi­ne Az­zu­re whi­ch means sha­ring all of the in­for­ma­tion Nautica Edi­tri­ce pu­bli­shes on a year­ly ba­sis wi­th use­ful in­for­ma­tion pro­vi­ded by Ports, harbour au­tho­ri­ties and Ma­ri­nas. End users of the Pa­gi­ne Az­zur­re App will find the­rein the ne­ces­sa­ry Doc­k­Boo­king func­tion by whi­ch to book a ber­th. The Doc­k­boo­king App fa­ci­li­ty is gro­wing ex­po­nen­tial­ly as Ma­ri­na ma­na­gers are ad­he­ring to this ini­tia­ti­ve, whi­ch en­su­res mo­re vi­si­bi­li­ty to na­tio­nal and in­ter­na­tio­nal ya­ch­tsmen whi­le being gua­ran­teed of the pay­men­ts ma­de by cre­dit card for the ber­ths boo­ked. The in­for­ma­tion avai­la­ble in the App in ad­di­tion to the da­ta sup­plied by Pa­gi­ne Az­zur­re will pro­vi­de in­for­ma­tion con­cer­ning wea­ther fo­re­casts and ti­des whe­re ap­pli­ca­ble. In­te­re­sting up­da­tes con­cer­ning the char­ter world are in the pi­pe­li­ne and will soon be re­vea­led. For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion: Doc­k­boo­king; Str. Al Ca­stel 1, 6921 Vi­co Mor­co­te, Sviz­ze­ra; tel. +41 912356769, cell. +41 764133394; www.doc­k­boo­ - in­fo@doc­k­boo­king. com

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