This month Harbouguides celebrates its tenth anniversary. It really doesn’t seem that long ago that the fledgling site was first launched, but boy have we come a long way. We’ve survived through thick and thin whilst many similar sites and businesses have sadly fallen by the wayside. What’s more we’re in great shape and confident we’ll be around for a good while to come.

To mark the occasion we have added a bundle of new features to the site including a Featured Article section and, most exciting of all, the facility for readers to send feeback which can be displayed as blog on the news and guide pages. We’ve also subscribed to Facebook and Twitter. The plan is to become a hub for sailing enthusiasts to chat and exchange information. Another new feature is our Boat Sales section, which is free and allows you to contact sellers via email.

We will, of course, continue to revamp and add features regularly to improve the site and keep ahead of the competition.

Most of all we would like to say a big thank you to all our fabulous advertisers for trusting us to promote their businesses over the past ten years. We will keep our promise to carry on ploughing all our profits into improving our site. Thank you, we think you are remarkable

So it’s a Happy Birthday to Us and here’s to many more successful years (and more).

Best wishes

Harbouguides Crew
Comments (4)
06/07/2014 @ 2:57 pm
Janet Vernal
Happy 10th birthday from all at Shake Rock and Roll, , , ,Rothesay. Here is to thw next ten years.
06/07/2014 @ 2:56 pm
Janet Vernal
Happy 10th birthday from all at Shake Rock and Roll, , , ,Rothesay. Here is to thw next ten years.
01/03/2011 @ 11:20 pm
Andrea Lenehan
Happy Birthday Harbour Guides - well done Steve for getting this far, the site just gets better and better, and the competitions easier!!!
Adam is forever in our thoughts, and I am sure he will be watching over you on Sunday when you complete the Barcelona Marathon
01/03/2011 @ 10:08 pm
Steve Mally
Big thanks to Adam Savage who was with me from the begining of this great journey but who sadly died, RIP Adam..Also a big thanks to Paul Smith who has stayed loyal to Harbourguides for many years,Thanks Paul. Plus a massive thankyou to all the Harbourguides Crew and advertisers. Here's to the next ten years and beyond!!!
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