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Martin Flory Group adds new client

In an effort to expand its presence into North America, luxury yacht tender builder Argos Nautic hired the Martin Flory Group.

In an effort to expand its presence into North America, luxury yacht tender builder Argos Nautic hired the Martin Flory Group.

South Florida-based Argos Nautic builds Coast Guard-approved RIBs.

Facheris Design drafted the 10-foot 305 yachting model for speed and onboard storage. With a 40-hp engine, it will reach planing speed in three seconds and has a top speed of 31 knots.

"We're especially pleased to be working with Argos Nautic," Martin Flory Group president Laura Martin said in a statement. "They're a relatively new company with a quality, luxury product that has enormous appeal in the mega- to maxiyacht community."

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