Aquila names Asian dealer

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Simpson Marine, Asia’s largest yacht dealership will now carry Aquila Power Catamarans. Simpson will offer the full line of Aquila models at its Hong Kong, Macau, China, Taiwan, Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam and Cambodia locations.

“Adding to our portfolio of prestigious brands with Monte Carlo Yachts, Sanlorenzo, Lagoon, Beneteau, CNB and Viking, Aquila Power Catamarans will be a great addition to the line of yachts we represent and will certainly appeal to customers by its innovative design, quality of build and finish and very user-friendly features,” said Richard Allen, Simpson Marine Group sales director, in a statement.

Added Yvan Eymieu, Aquila International sales and distribution manager, “Having Simpson Marine join our dealership network opens the doors for new opportunities in Asia.”

Established in 1984 by Mike Simpson, Simpson Marine offers a variety of new and pre-owned vessels, superyacht sales and services, luxury yacht charters, yacht management and service. Simpson also offers design and refit services.

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