Albury Brothers Boats opens South Carolina office

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A new Albury Brothers 33 is on display at the new office at Charleston City Marina.

A new Albury Brothers 33 is on display at the new office at Charleston City Marina.

Albury Brothers has expanded its sales force with a new office at Charleston City Marina. The location is a floating houseboat at the end of the Mega Dock and Albury is sharing the spot with Captain’s Choice Yachting.

A new Albury Brothers 33 is moored alongside the office and is available for inspection, charter or sea trial. The boat will stay at the marina through at least June and it will eventually be replaced by an Albury Brothers 27.

Heath Hackett and Jason Corley of Captain’s Choice Yachting will represent Albury and care for the boats at Charleston City Marina.

“We are excited and pleased to have this opportunity,” said Jeff Lichterman, president of Albury Brothers, in a statement. “Our boats have a nice following in the Low Country, North Carolina and Georgia, especially Charleston. Having a central location in Charleston will allow prospective clients to inspect and sea trial our boats, without having to travel to West Palm Beach, and have local support.”

Albury Brothers Boats are built in Man O’ Ware, Abaco, Bahamas and Riviera Beach, Fla. 


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