USA Superyacht Pavilion added to METS

The U.S. Superyacht Association joined with the National Marine Manufacturers Association to create the first USA Superyacht Pavilion.
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The U.S. Superyacht Association joined with the National Marine Manufacturers Association to create the first USA Superyacht Pavilion in the newly expanded SuperYacht Pavilion at METS Trade Nov. 15-17 in Amsterdam.

The inaugural USSA/NMMA USA Superyacht Pavilion will be in the superyacht area in the recently renamed Hall 11.

“We are delighted to be working with USSA to bring America’s superyacht suppliers to center stage at METSTrade,” NMMA president Thom Dammrich said in a statement. “Our partnership with USSA ensures U.S. companies are recognized as premier suppliers to the global superyacht industry.”

“Being able to offer this opportunity to our members has been a significant goal of our association for many years, and we are proud that our partnership with the NMMA has helped make the new USA Superyacht Pavilion a reality,” USSA chairman Rick Gladych said.

A limited amount of space remains available to exhibit in the new pavilion. The deadline for exhibit space is July 1.

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