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Outer Reef Yachts adds Australia-based dealer

Fort Lauderdale-based passagemaker builder Outer Reef Yachts said it added sales representation in the Australasia region.
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Fort Lauderdale-based passagemaker builder Outer Reef Yachts said it added sales representation in the Australasia region by partnering with Australia-based eyachts.

The 17-year-old, full-service dealer and brokerage firm has sales centers in northern Sydney, Australia, and Westhaven, New Zealand.

“Our team and I are extremely excited about working in partnership with Outer Reef Yachts,” Peter Hrones, managing director of eyachts and sister dealership Windcraft Group, said in a statement.

“We are very excited to welcome eyachts/Windcraft Group as our new sales representatives for Australia and New Zealand,” Outer Reef Yachts president and CEO Jeff Druek said.

“Peter and his team have extensive experience within the yachting industry and will be the perfect representatives to help deliver world-class service to Outer Reef customers in the region.”

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