Denison Yacht Sales will sell Italian builder’s line

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Italian builder Otam announced that Florida-based Denison Yacht Sales will represent the yacht line in the United States.

“We are honored to represent the Otam brand here in the U.S. and we are sure that we will have a successful future together,” Denison CEO Bob Denison said in a statement at the recent Miami International Boat Show. “With their range of superbly crafted Italian sportboats, Otam rounds out our portfolio of outstanding European products — with a strong appeal in the American yachting market.”

“North America has the highest concentration of ultra-high-net-worth individuals in the world, about 70,000, not to mention the world’s biggest boating market,” Otam sales and marketing director Antonio Caviglia said in a statement. “It is natural then, given both the recent economic upturn and market expansion involving Central and South America, that Otam must be well represented here.

“Our products will certainly be appreciated by those owners looking for high-performance sportboats, with the additional value of Otam’s reputation for reliability and comfort, allowing longer passages at sea — commuting between the Bahamas and Miami, for example. The whole package is custom-wrapped in the Otam style of unfailingly elegant and sporty lines — the Otam Yacht Couture.”

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