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MarineMax location in Ohio adds Galeon Yachts

MarineMax Port Clinton in Ohio said it will introduce Galeon Yachts to the Great Lakes market.

MarineMax Port Clinton in Ohio said it will introduce Galeon Yachts to the Great Lakes market.

Galeon Yachts are built in Poland. MarineMax said Galeon is not well-known in this country, but it has been manufacturing yachts for more than 30 years and is recognized throughout Europe and around the world for its commitment to innovative designs and exceptional craftsmanship.

Port Clinton is on Lake Erie.

MarineMax said the Galeon 510 Fly won Boat of the Year at the 2015 Dusseldorf Boat Show and the Galeon line is the most popular yacht line in Germany.

“We are excited to introduce these exquisite yachts to our customers,” MarineMax Port Clinton store manager Keith Teynor said in a statement. “The whole team is very impressed by the innovative designs from top naval architects, such as the UK’s Tony Castro and the exceptional quality of the build.”



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