It’s hard to book a Monaco Grand Prix yacht or secure a bareboat charter in the Seychelles if you can’t read the information on a website due to language barriers.
The team at SailAway understands.
With the help of the folks at Google, they have installed a language conversion toolbar on their website.
Located for now on the BLOG page, the Google Translator allows visitors to instantly convert all of the text in the blogs into their preferred language.
All major languages are available, including German, French, Spanish and Russian.
"Ours is an international business," states SailAway President, Jana Sheeder. "Whatever we can do to simplify the information and reservation process, we will do. Making information available in the visitor’s native language can only help the process."
For example – a German client who speaks minimal English might be interested in securing dockage for a London Olympics yacht charter. One of the blog’s details is the role the London Docklands Marina is poised to play in hosting dozens of the newest and largest motoryachts in the world during the Olympic games. The facility is a mere two miles from Olympic Park and several other venues for the games.
With the click of a mouse, that information will be translated to read,
"Der Yachthafen in den Londoner Docklands wird balanciert, um den Gastgeber für Dutzende von neuesten und größten Motoryachten der Welt während der Olympischen Spiele. Die Anlage ist nur zwei Meilen vom Olympischen Park und mehrere andere Austragungsorte der Spiele."
After an initial trial period, the company plans on installing the translation tool on the rest of the website. For now, it only works in the blog portion of the site.
For more information, clickHERE to visit SailAway’s blog.
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