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Sealine adds dealer in Denmark

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Sealine named Reese Marin as its new Danish dealer.

Based in Aabenraa in southern Denmark, Reese Marin has 40 years of experience in the international sales of new and secondhand boats.

“We have been looking for a high-quality Danish dealer and already had very good experience with Reese Marin as the Dehler dealer for some years now,” Hanse Group sales director Maxim Neumann said in a statement. “Just as importantly, Reese Marin owner Henrik Reese is a great operator, shares the same business values we do and is used to selling top-end boats like Sealine.”

“We have spent a considerable amount of time looking for a high-quality brand of family powerboats with a good value for the money,” Reese said. “We looked at several shipyards, and now, since Sealine belongs to the Hanse Group, we are confident that Sealine is just perfect for the Danish market.”

In March, Reese Marin will display the new Sealine C330 to the Danish audience for the first time by attending the Fredericia Boat Show.

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