Sunreef Yachts opens sales office in Dubai

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Sunreef Yachts said it is continuing its global expansion by opening a new sales office in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

The Gdansk, Poland-based shipyard said it is strongly exploring the Middle East market by taking part in important events in the region and by displaying its yachts in prestigious marinas. It also said the expansion is strongly supported by the Polish embassies in Persian Gulf countries.

Sunreef said the three-month presence of the 70 Sunreef Power Damrak II in the Middle East this summer and high interest among the local buyer community in the concept was a trigger for opening the new local office. The power catamaran was officially presented at the region’s most exclusive marinas: Emirates Palace Marina Abu Dhabi, Pearl Qatar Marina in Doha and the Dubai International Club Marina.

Sunreef said it is taking part in important Middle East boat shows, disclosing further details of its new power superyacht projects: the 90 Sunreef Power and the 210 Power Trimaran.

Last week, Sunreef attended the first edition of the Qatar International Boat Show, held in Doha at Lusail Marina, and the shipyard confirmed that it will be at the Dubai International Boat Show 2014, which will be held in March.

Sunreef also has sales offices in Shanghai, China, and Fort Lauderdale.

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