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You can now give something back to noonsite

By Sue Richards last modified Jul 14, 2015 12:38 PM
Noonsite is a free to use website; an ethos that we know our users support and appreciate.

Published: 2015-07-13 23:00:00
Topics: Cruising Information , Global Yachting Services

 

Now, following frequent feedback from users, in particular those that have used the site for many years as they circumnavigate the globe, we have made it possible for users to donate towards the site running costs.

At noonsite – Sue and the team often receive emails and messages thanking them for “incredible service to the cruising community” and “we wish we could donate some money for the great information we have received over the years”. So, we have decided to make this possible with the new “donate” button in our page header.

Noonsite has always been and continues to be a free resource for the cruising community. Whilst we also welcome advertisers whose contributions help towards the running of the site, a monthly bill that is covered by World Cruising Club, our running costs are a high overhead. In order to keep the site free and up-to-date, donations from cruisers who use the site on a regular basis will undoubtedly help us to do so.

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