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phatwhaler posted 02-25-2002 10:53 PM ET (US)   Profile for phatwhaler   Send Email to phatwhaler  
Is it me or is the Whaler web site rather pathetic. Poor Pictures, no downloadable video, hardly anything cool under the Whaler Wear section. Noot even half as informative as this site. Been on harley-davidson.com lately?
triblet posted 02-25-2002 11:05 PM ET (US)     Profile for triblet  Send Email to triblet     
I agree that the stills are way too small,
way too few. But I've got no use for sound
and movies on websites unless they add
something, which they rarely do. When I go
to a site like whaler.com, I'm looking for
information, not entertainment.

The font is microscopic on my hi-res monitor.

Whaler Wear is useless to me because I need
a long in everything except hats and socks.


Chuck

KeysNole posted 02-26-2002 12:56 AM ET (US)     Profile for KeysNole  Send Email to KeysNole     
One of my major complaints about the Whaler website is the lack of an archive section. Their older boats are arguably more popular than the newer ones.

In their defense, every time I have emailed and asked about older boats, they have been more than helpful with information and pictures. They are the ones who first directed me to this site.

Also, the salesmen at the Miami Boat Show seemed to be quite knowledgeable, even though they were taking a razzing from some "old salts" (I figured some of which were from this forum)!

CaptainNacho2t posted 02-26-2002 10:12 PM ET (US)     Profile for CaptainNacho2t  Send Email to CaptainNacho2t     
I agree with many of the previous posts, but there are some things I would change. I do agree that the Whaler web site could use some changing, but if you are frequent visitor to the site, you will notice that they have a current contest and a news letter. As for the comment about old Whalers being more popular than the newer ones, I feel that it depends on the person. I love old Whalers, but the new ones are just as fascinating to me. The are the only unsinkable boats on the water.

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