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Midwest yacht designer expands

Bill Prince Yacht Design, a full-service yacht design and naval architecture firm, expanded its operations and opened new waterfront office space, the company announced.

The firm has opened a new office on the shores of Lake Michigan in Port Washington, Wis. The facility accommodates the current staff and allows for future growth, giving the firm a greater ability to provide comprehensive design and engineering services to a growing client base.

The firm also has overhauled its website, showcasing several recent designs and launches. The website features galleries of custom yachts and production boats and gives an overview of the company's engineering capabilities and yacht design philosophy.

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