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Aquila Expands in Greece and Cyprus

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Aquila Power Catamarans is furthering its global reach in Greece and Cyprus through a partnership with Synergy Yacht Sales and Consulting.

Aquila said Synergy represents premium manufacturers with a focus on the owner experience, a knowledge of client needs and after-sales service, which are keys to the partnership.


“Greece's geological landscape is highly conducive to the Aquila product line, both the sport line for day charters, island hopping and endless fun, as well as the cruising line for crewed charters through the Greek Islands," Yvan Eymieu, Aquila international sales and distribution manager, said in a statement.

“We believe, together with the Aquila team, we can enhance the yacht ownership experience for our clients in Greece and Cyprus. The region is a trendsetter in the chartering industry, and the innovative Aquila line is ideal for our discerning clients looking to invest in Greece’s blue economy,” said Angela Mavredis, managing director of Synergy.



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