Invictus Yacht adds European distributors

Invictus Yacht said it appointed new distributors in Austria, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
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Invictus Yacht has new dealers in four European nations.

Invictus Yacht has new dealers in four European nations.

Invictus Yacht said it appointed new distributors in Austria, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

BodenseeNautic Busse GmbH and CBC Cityboats GmbH will sell Invictus Yachts in Germany; Sportboatstore Hengelo ov will carry them in the Netherlands; OP Yacht Handles und Service GmbH will sell Invictus in Austria; and One Marine will sell them in the U.K.

After the young Italian shipyard debuted at Boot Dusseldorf 2016, finding a dealer for the German market, as well as for the key countries of northern Europe, became one of the company’s main priorities.

“Invictus is a brand with typological features particularly suited for sailing in lakes,” Invictus Yacht designer Christian Grande said in a statement.

“For this reason, we firmly believe that our products will easily find a good position in these countries’ markets. Countries marked by a stable economy leading to better results in terms of sales if compared to other European countries, where the crisis is still having a negative impact on the actual sales and on the overall market trend, even now.”

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