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Crosby Yacht Yard of Osterville, Mass., was appointed the exclusive Windsor Craft Yachts dealer for the Northeast region of the United States.
Established in 1850, Crosby Yacht Yard is one of the oldest, continually operating full-service marine yards in the country, according to vice president Gregory R. Egan.
“The classic design and high quality of the unique Windsor Craft brand will be a fine complement to our company’s boatbuilding heritage and be a perfect fit for the traditional New England boating environment,” Egan said in a statement.
The Windsor Craft 36 Open and 36 Hardtop can be viewed at Crosby Yacht Yard.
Based in Minneapolis, Windsor Craft Yachts is a Genmar Holdings company. Genmar is also headquartered in Minneapolis.
Triumph Boats, a Genmar company based in Durham, N.C., has made several additions to its global dealer network.
The company said its reintroduction into the Canadian market has been “exceptionally well received” and the boatbuilder has added five Canadian dealerships during the first half of 2008. Also, Triumph’s expansion into international markets continues with new dealers in the Caribbean and Europe.
New dealers added during the first half of 2008 include:
* Campbell River Boatland, Campbell River, British Columbia, Canada;
* Tru Northwest RV and Marine, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada;
* North Country Marine, Inverary, Ontario, Canada;
* Huntsville Marine, Huntsville, Ontario, Canada;
* Schooner Cove Marine, Boutiliers Point, Nova Scotia, Canada;
* Harbour House Marina, Grand Cayman, British West Indies;
* Sport Service, Lacanau, France;
* Leisure Tech Finland Oy, Helsinki, Finland;
* Whitehall Marina & RV Park, Whitehall, N.Y.
Judge Yachts of Denton, Md., announces that Dare Marina and Yacht Sales of Yorktown, Va., will be the exclusive dealer for Judge Yachts in Virginia and northeast North Carolina.
Judge Yachts has been building custom yachts from 22 feet to 42 feet for 20 years.
“The selection of a dealer for the Virginia region is not something we have taken lightly,” owner and founder Bill Judge said in a statement. “We have known the folks at Dare for some time and this is a decision that everyone is proud to announce.”