Cruisers Yachts adds Houston dealer

KCS International, the owner of Cruisers Yachts, said it has a new long-term sales and service agreement with Galati Yacht Sales of Houston.
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KCS International, the owner of Cruisers Yachts, said it has a new long-term sales and service agreement with Galati Yacht Sales of Houston.

The agreement makes Galati, which has seven locations in Florida and Alabama, the designated Cruisers Yachts dealer for the Gulf Coast. Galati was inducted into Boating Industry’s Hall of Fame in 2010, which honors North America’s best boat dealers.

“Galati is overall a great company,” vice president of sales Dan Zenz said in a statement. “We have a strong 32-year history with Galati Yacht Sales in Florida. Year after year, Galati has been one of our top five dealers in terms of sales volume. Galati also has a very strong commitment to service and we are very excited to grow with them in the Houston market.”

“We are very excited to join the Cruisers Yachts team,” Galati president Joe Galati said. “This will make the entire Galati experience seamless for our customers throughout the area.”

Galati Yacht Sales of Houston will begin carrying 2015 model-year Cruisers Yachts ranging from 32 to 60 feet this month.

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