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Sino Eagle Yacht adds Australian dealer

The Sino Eagle Yacht Co. signed Multihull Central as its exclusive Australian dealer for the Aquila 38, 44 and 48 power catamarans.

The dealer will provide sales, marketing and brokerage for the Aquila power catamaran range of models in this international market.

“Multihull Central has rapidly grown over the past several years, becoming Australia’s largest multihull brokerage with an office in Sydney, newly opened office in Brisbane and agents located in Melbourne, Airlie Beach and Perth,” Multihull Central director Brent Vaughan said in a statement.

“Adding the Aquila brand of power catamarans to our product offering fills a previous void in our multihull market.We are pleased to be able to offer a quality cruising power catamaran range to complement our sailing range.”

Sino Eagle Group CEO Frank Xiong said the dealership will be instrumental in building an international presence for delivering luxury power cats not only to private owners, but also to “the re-emerging charter market and the day cruiser markets of the Gold Coast and Sydney Harbour.”

“The Aquila range of power catamaran will be an invigorating complement to their already excellent product offering, as it has been for MarineMax in the U.S.,”said Lex Raas, president of charter and special initiatives for MarineMax, the U.S. Aquila distributor.

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