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Florida Yacht Interiors signs deal with Llebroc Industries

Florida Yacht Interiors was chosen as the South Florida dealer for Llebroc Industries helm chairs.

Florida Yacht Interiors was chosen as the South Florida dealer for Llebroc Industries helm chairs.

Capt. Chase Camacho, president of the 12-year-old firm, said it will showcase the Llebroc helm chair line at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show this week. The show opens Thursday and will continue through Monday.

Florida Yacht Interiors services include design and yacht staging, custom cabinetry, upholstery, flooring, galley surfaces, built-in installations, interior lighting and window treatments and fine artwork and sculptures.

The company also will provide marine electronics assessment and installations and offer recommendations.

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