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Brewer Yacht Sales to debut new website

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Brewer Yacht Sales will unveil a redesigned website Thursday at the opening of the Providence (R.I.) Boat Show.

Brewer's 15 full-time yacht brokers feature more than 600 brokerage listings (sail and power) on the new website and a selection of new boats - Princess Yachts, Albemarle Sportfishing Boats, Fathom Fast Expedition Yachts and NordStar boats.

The new site includes new tools to help potential buyers find and learn about their ideal next boat, whether used or new from the factory. Financing calculators and links to insurance and boat loan resources will help visitors determine how to obtain financing and where to find the right insurance.

The site also provides links to Brewer Yacht Yards, which has 22 full-service locations from New York to Maine.

"We are very excited about the layout and functionality of the new website," said David Pugsley, vice president and general manger of Brewer Yacht Sales in Westbrook, Conn., in a statement. "Our goal at BYS is to do everything we can to help the boaters of New England learn about buying or selling a boat the way they are most comfortable."

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