Combining more than 140,000 data points, gathered through over 20,000 hours of extensive research into the story behind each yacht in Yacht Harbour’s database, the Timeline index contains information on price reductions, sales, charter rates through time, highlights in media, refits, name changes and much more.
data set is browsable as industry-wide statistics, however, most interestingly it also allows subscribers of this platform to view every single timeline on a yacht by yacht basis, which is where the project takes its name from.
Structured as a dynamic data set, a key characteristic of the Timeline platform
is its ability to leverage the combined data amassed through this extensive research, to power a whole new yacht search experience.
With a set of powerful features such as, for example, the ability to sort search results by time on market or by the percentage that their asking price has decreased since being listed, the market search built into the Timeline platform allows subscribers to unearth new deals and market insights across the entire superyacht brokerage market.
Another functionality of the platform is its ability to instantly find every yacht that ever bore a particular name, at any point in time.
Maintained and researched by an in-house team of analysts, Yacht Harbour’s Timeline
index is updated on an hourly basis to ensure the best possible intelligence for the platform’s subscribers.
Amongst the platform’s functionalities is also a real-time market view dashboard, highlighting the most important statistics of the superyacht market as it develops. Verticals measured include new listings, price reductions, sales, trending news stories and much more.
Letting both industry professionals, buyers and sellers gain actionable insights into the market, the Timeline platform
is, as of today, available to subscribers at a rate of €99/month per user or €990/year for each user. Enterprise plans are also available for teams that would need to sign up several users at the same time.
“The Timeline platform lets individuals access a data resource that has long only been available to large firms at a substantial labour cost.” said Dimitri Semenikhin, Founder of Yacht Harbour, “Now anyone can efficiently leverage analytics and research for their activity or interest in yachting at a fraction of the cost of operating an in-house analytics department”.