The VesselVanguard system gives owner notifications and status updates for required maintenance, and establishes a protocol for Hylas’ technical department to remotely monitor maintenance tasks and offer technical assistance. The maintenance history is logged for future reference when the boat goes on the brokerage market.
“Our boats are known for their quality and seaworthiness, but like all boats of this nature, the systems are complex, requiring an equal attention to detail in their maintenance,” Andy Huang, principal at Hylas Yachts, stated in a press release. “In our opinion, VesselVanguard stands alone as the only user-friendly solution that provides necessary detail and unparalleled simplicity.”
What kinds of boats does Hylas build? Based in Taiwan, the company has built upscale sailboats and yachts for more than 45 years in lengths overall from 40 to 70 feet, working with designers such as Sparkman & Stephens, German Frers and Bill Dixon.
For more information about VesselVanguard: go to vesselvanguard.com