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Legendary Marine adds Riviera and Absolute yachts

The Riviera 5400 Sport Yacht is one of the new models Legendary Marine will have available.

The Riviera 5400 Sport Yacht is one of the new models Legendary Marine will have available.

Legendary Marine said it has partnered with Riviera Yachts and Absolute Yachts and the Florida dealership will carry both manufacturers’ lines, starting this fall.

“We believe that our family of customers will appreciate the world-class design, performance and show-stopping appeal of both the Riviera and Absolute luxury cruiser and motoryacht brands,” Mark Breton, vice president of sales for Legendary Marine, said in a statement. “We’re excited to bring a whole new level of luxury yachting here to the Emerald Coast.”

Legendary will carry Riviera models from 36 feet to 77 feet, including the SUV, flybridge and sport motoryacht lines. The dealership also will carry the Absolute sport yacht, fly and Navetta lines.

The new inventory is scheduled to arrive starting in September.



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