Galati Opens Fort Lauderdale Office

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Galati Yacht Sales is opening an office at Bahia Mar Marina in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

The company’s sales and customer support teams will focus on preowned and brokerage yacht sales. In addition to our new office, Galati will also have boat slips available to showcase brokerage listings.

“With Fort Lauderdale’s reputation of being the yachting capital of the world, the only choice we considered for our first office location on the East Coast was the Bahia Mar Yachting Center, well-known as the ultimate marina destination in the city,” said Galati East Coast sales manager Michael Galati in a statement. “We’ve had sales resources on the East Coast for a few years, who worked remotely, so having the centralized office will provide our customers easy access to our team for showings, closings, and other business transactions.”

This will be Galati Yacht Sales 13th location, and its second in a Suntex-owned marina, (Marina Jack office in Sarasota is the other).

We have been extremely pleased with our relationship with the Suntex management team, which will now extend to Bahia Mar,” said Galati. 

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