HMY Yachts opens new Florida location

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HMY Yachts has a new office in Jupiter, Fla.

HMY Yachts has a new office in Jupiter, Fla.

HMY Yachts has opened a new location at Harbourside Place in downtown Jupiter, Fla.

New yacht brands Viking, Princess, Cruisers, Horizon, and Arcadia and all brokerage yachts will be represented.

HMY said it has 12 locations and 45 yacht sales professionals on its staff.

"We are thrilled to be a part of Jupiter's Harbourside Place,” HMY Yachts president and owner Steve Moynihan said in a statement.

“The luxurious atmosphere and convenient location along Jupiter's Intracoastal Waterway is the perfect environment for HMY. Our customers will take possession of their new yacht at the marina while staying at the Wyndham Grand Jupiter and relaxing in our customer welcome center with a glass of champagne.”

“Our presence at a vibrant destination like Harbourside Place generates significant customer interest, which translates to increased visibility and exposure for HMY’s brokerage clients,” Moynihan said.

Construction of the office was done by the Don Anderson Companies Inc.

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