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Otam adds dealer in Monaco


Monte Carlo Boat Sales will be Italian yacht builder Otam’s new exclusive dealer in Monaco.

Monte Carlo Boat Sales was founded by Massimo Aggeri and Petteri Turunen, who have more than 25 years of experience in sales of brands such as Riva and are currently partners of Sanlorenzo and Pirelli Inflatables.

“Being allowed to represent the top of the Italian boat industry is a result that recognizes our vast experience,” Turunen said in a statement. “As partners with quite different cultural backgrounds, Finnish and Italian, we are optimally poised to understand the needs of our diverse clientele. Our business relies significantly on personal relationships and trust with our clients and on close involvement with prestigious yards like Otam.”

“Otam believes in the high potential of the Monaco market, where our products are highly respected,” Caviglia said. “We could not have found a better partner than Monte Carlo Boat Sales to cater to the demanding clients that come to the principality — we expect excellent results.”


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