Denison Yacht Sales opens Massachusetts office

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Denison Yacht Sales opened its newest office at Scituate (Mass.) Boat Works.

The full-service boatyard between Boston and Plymouth is the second New England marina office that Denison has recently opened. The Scituate office focuses on brokerage and new-boat sales.

The Scituate location will be led by Jimmy Mathews, who has 12 years of experience in the marine industry, eight of them at Denison.

"I am familiar with the northeastern U.S. yacht market, having worked in New Hampshire prior to joining Denison," Mathews said in a statement. "Across the board, brokerage numbers are up and builders have seen an increase in orders, so this expansion comes at a perfect time. I look forward to representing the Denison name in Massachusetts."

Denison is a full-service yacht brokerage and yacht charter firm with marina offices in Fort Lauderdale; Marina del Rey, Calif.; San Carlos, Mexico, Old Saybrook, Conn.; and now Scituate.

Denison's 35 licensed and bonded yacht brokers represents Beneteau Swift Trawlers, Beneteau GT Flyers, Selene Ocean Trawlers, Dufour Yachts, Pirelli Yacht Tenders, Tecnomar and Palumbo Shipyard.

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