Sailors Build Boating Websites in Seconds with Free Website Platform Built by Sailors for Sailors

October 31, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports News
For sailors and Boating enthusiasts, it has always been a chore to keep good communication with fellow crew members to share info, pictures, and schedule events. Blue Water Media addresses this need with a newly created website platform called Telltale. Telltale allows sailors to create their own personalized boating website within minutes. Sailors simply enter information about their boat and crew and can have their website built with only a few clicks. Their new website allows the crew members to message each other in one central location, post photos, schedule events and regattas, post racing results, and more. The Telltale platform is an essential tool for skippers and crew members who want to stay connected - and the best part is…it's free.

To create their new boating website, sailors simply enter information about their boat and crew, choose from one of the many design templates and they are off and running with their new site. The crew members can then schedule events in the calendar, upload photos to the gallery, communicate with other crew members on the message board, or post racing results. The Telltale platform offers a complete back-end content management system that allows for customization of the site without any programming knowledge. There are nearly a dozen different design templates with hundred of hi-res images from which to choose.

About Telltale Software:
The Telltale platform is a culmination of over 30 years of sailboat owning/racing and 12 years of experience building interactive software and Web based content management systems. Telltale helps skippers keep track of events, communicate with their crew, and share images in one central website. For more information visit:

About Blue Water Media:
Blue Water Media is an award winning web site design firm with offices in Washington DC, and New York. Blue Water Media’s team of web developers deliver cutting edge web based technologies while navigating the intersection of marketing, design, and support. For more information visit: