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Outer Reef Yachts adds sales center in Dubai

Fort Lauderdale-based long-range motoryacht builder Outer Reef Yachts said the company will open a sales center in the Al Barsha district of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.

The center is within 10 minutes of all marinas in Dubai, including the East and West Palm Marinas, the Dubai International Marine Club (home of the Dubai International Boat Show), the Dubai Marina Yacht Club and the Dubai Marina Mall.

The Middle Eastern sales team will be led by the area’s director of sales Peter N. Divers.

“We chose to continue our company’s growth in Dubai, given that Dubai is the top business gateway for the Middle East and Africa, and over the past 10 years the area has become a burgeoning commercial and residential real estate center,” Outer Reef Yacht owner and CEO Jeff Druek said in a statement.

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