Why movingweather?

When you’re thinking about going out on the water at the weekend, playing golf, having an impromptu BBQ or what to pack for your holiday, one of your first thoughts will be the weather, and will it be ok? How do you go about getting a weather forecast? Generally suck it and see? Fingers crossed? Hope for the best? Or maybe you’ll hunt around for a newspaper or have a surf on the internet, but one thing is certain – they never quite offer you the weather information in your area which is essential for your day, weekend or week activities or holiday.
And for the sailors amongst you, imagine seeing what will happen on a night crossing well before you set off, so you can avoid this….

Ever wondered how the superyachts aquire their weather routing data to ensure a comfortable voyage for their guests, or racing yachts can get the best worldwide weather advantage?
Well, Welcome to movingweather, quite literally the most radical ‘on demand’ change to the weather forecasting business since Weatherfax and Navtex first hit the scene, along with all the books, very general SMS, and static black and white diagrams, not to mention those expensive premium rate calls you can’t remember at only £1+ per minute, plus mobile rates!

movingweather is a global service and draws its data directly from orbiting satellites, providing animated weather data from 3 hours to 7 days out, shown by way of between 10 to 30 minute intervals and is updated every six hours. Designed for anyone who requires constant accurate weather information. You can keep this ‘packet’ of data on your computer, tablet or phone, play and re-play the animating weather, wherever and whenever you want. You can pause the ‘animation’ at the right time before your trip to see what the weather conditions will be like. It’s that up to date, it’s that easy to use, and it’s ‘On Demand’.
What’s more, you can get your forecast anywhere in the world for anywhere in the world, with minimal internet connectivity thereby keeping your data roaming costs, whether on a mobile or satellite phone as low as possible.

Want to see more, just click here to see our Tutorial Video which shows you how to use movingweather!

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