DiMillo’s Yacht Sales acquires Maryland dealership

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Portland, Maine-based DiMillo’s Yacht Sales said it acquired Acadia Yachts Sales, a yacht dealership and brokerage firm in Oxford, Md., that represents Sabre Yachts, Back Cove Yachts and Coastal Craft.

In addition to the Oxford location on the Eastern Shore, DiMillo’s will open a new location at Shady Oaks Marina in West River, Md., just south of Annapolis.

Since Acadia’s inception in 2014, DiMillo’s Yacht Sales has been working behind the scenes with the Acadia team. Now Acadia has been rolled into the DiMillo’s brand, which allows for shared inventory and further shared resources. DiMillo’s also plans to introduce to the Chesapeake clientele a year-round service team that focuses on their customers.

“We are going to make an investment at the new West River location. We aspire to build a service organization to further the reputation that we have earned in the Northeast of providing exceptional delivery and follow-up services for our customers,” DiMillo’s president Christopher DiMillo said in a statement.

“Furthermore, we expect that Shady Oaks Marina will develop into the spot on the bay where you will see a full range of new and used Sabres and Back Coves for showing and demo purposes.”

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