Fairline Boats adds dealer in South Korea

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Fairline Boats expanded its dealer network in Asia with the appointment of Marine Grande, trading as Fairline Korea.

Fairline Korea will operate from offices in Goyang city, just north of Seoul, with access to the Hangang River.

“We are very excited to be the authorized dealer for Fairline in Korea,” dealer principal Sangeheon Jeon said in a statement. “We have long admired the Fairline range for its elegance, high quality and versatility and are delighted to be representing such an esteemed brand. South Korea has a growing boating community, and we are committed to drawing more and more people into yachting by introducing them to global brands like Fairline. We look forward to bringing our first Fairlines into the country and introducing our customers to the brand.”

“The appointment of Marine Grande as Fairline Korea represents an important development in Fairline’s expansion in Asia — a region within which we are committed to growing our presence,” Fairline Asia Pacific regional director Adam Waters said.

“At Fairline we put a great deal of emphasis on ensuring our dealers are of the highest caliber, with a vast understanding of the industry. Sangheon and his team will be a great asset to the brand and we are delighted to welcome them to our dealer network.”

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