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Naos Yachts Plans New Offices



Naos Yachts earlier this month announced it is opening a new office in the San Francisco Bay Area. The location will carry Beneteau power and sailboats, Lagoon sailing catamarans, Neel trimarans, CNB Yachts, Wellcraft and Four Winns.

“This is an amazing opportunity and a great show of confidence from Groupe Beneteau,” Charles Devanneaux, Naos Yachts CEO, said in a statement. “I’ve loved sailing in the Bay Area for many years and am looking forward to meeting old and new friends. Naos Yachts is determined to become a major partner to the entire boating community in the San Francisco Bay Area and the Delta as we have done in and around Los Angeles.”

The Naos Yachts San Francisco Bay office will be staffed by Torben Bentsen and Sam Gordon, both of whom are established Bay Area brokers with proven track records.



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