Hello, Sam and Mary.

It was enjoyable talking with you over the phone this morning. We hope that our unique system for gaining a comprehensive understanding of the market will be a most interesting and functional tool for you.

What you are viewing at this point is your Personal Yacht Library. It is constructed to efficiently display a wide array of sailing Yachts. The purpose is to allow you to quickly get a broad view of styles and price ranges of yachts, primarily to give us an initial idea of your aesthetic likes and dislikes.

There are three levels of material provided in the Library. First, you will find at the top Navigation Bar the “Deluxe Yacht Gallery”. This Gallery is the same basic format as the Gallery at our primary Website but includes the enhanced capability of clicking on a thumbnail photo and to be taken to a file that is a complete display of photos and specifications on any yacht seen in the Gallery. Second, you will find the Personal Market Survey & Yacht Rating program which displays for you detailed specifications in a table format and which can be developed and expanded as we get a complete understanding of the nature of your particular interests. And third, you will find your “Personal Library” of the yachts that we have selected as meriting particular focus.

Once you have had a chance to look at the material, the next step would be for us to jointly discuss over the phone what you see in your Personal Yacht Library. During this conversation, we would give you in-depth guidance that will help you determine what type of yacht is of interest to you. At that point, we would have an understanding of the details of your preferences and would then refine and expand your Library.

Because the material on your Library is content-rich, some of it will take a little time to download if you are on regular 56k dialup access to the Internet. If you are on broadband cable or DSL, then the material downloads in just a few seconds.

We look forward to discussing with you how we use and develop this unique system with you.

William Waite and Ann Morrow