Denison Yacht Sales adds four East Coast offices

Denison Yacht Sales opened four new East Coast offices.
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Denison Yacht Sales opened four new East Coast offices.

Denison added an office in Annapolis, Md., at Annapolis Landing Marina that is being led by yacht broker Lloyd Cooper.

The company also now has a New York-New Jersey office at Liberty Landing Marina, a 520-slip full-service marina centrally located between Jersey City, N.J., and Battery Park, N.Y., on the Hudson River.

Denison added two new offices in Newport, R.I., one at Forty 1 North Marina Resort in downtown Newport and one at the full-service Newport Shipyard.

"Our company is focused on providing the scope of services our clients seek, in the places around the world where they go boating, delivered by the best people in the industry," company president Bob Denison said in a statement. "The expansion of our footprint to these strategic locations allows us to better utilize a robust marketing program enhanced by economies of scale.”

Denison also moved into larger office spaces in Seattle and Newport Beach, Calif., nearly doubling its space.

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