Snapdeal, the online marketplace in New Delhi, India, has announced it will add luxury yachts to its digital sphere. The shopping site has partnered with West Coast Marine Yacht Services, India’s largest yachting company, to offer yachts to consumers.
According to Snapdeal, once West Coast Marine Yacht Services receive notification of a shopper’s purchase, it will then contact the buyer to understand the requirements of the buyer, customize and deliver the yacht.
Snapdeal will launch with nine luxury yachts such as variations of Gulfcraft’s luxury fly-bridge motor yachts under “Majesty” brand, two of Gulfcraft “Oryx” sports yachts, four options of Gulfcraft “Silvercraft” family fishing boats and a family cruiser from JJ Boats.
Consumers can expect nothing short of luxury. Those who opt to purchase the “Majesty” brand will receive a yacht constructed with class supervision, which includes performance, safety and naval architecture that will not be compromised. Any variants of the “Majesty” will be created with a strong in-house design team, as well as any one of the renowned Dutch, Italian, British and Australian designers, to offer each individual consumer the ability to personalize his or her yacht.
The “Oryx” sports yacht combines not only style, but also power. According to West Coast Marine Yacht Services, the “Oryx” excels in power, endurance and beauty.
Whether male or female, anyone who like to fish, will receive a design optimized to provide a stiff durable, but lightweight structure in the “Silvercraft.” The yacht service company has constructed this particular yacht based on sea faring traditions of the region and its own powerboat-racing heritage.
Lastly, for those looking to entertain, the JJ Boats is constructed with large cockpits that offer comfort for enjoying with family and/or friends.
In a statement made by Tony Navin, senior vice-president – Electronics and Home, Snapdeal, “Through this association with West Coast Marine Yacht Services, we are further widening our assortment in the luxury segment for users seeking premium products across categories.”
Snapdeal, which was started by IIT-Delhi alumni Rohit Bansal and his schoolmate Kunal Bahl, an alumnus of Wharton in 2010, offers an assortment of products such as luxury and premium products across categories including gem-studded watches, jewelry, apparels, and appliances.
(Photo via West Coast Marine Yacht Services)