WindRider International adds dealer in Canada

WindRider International said it expanded into Canada with WindRider Quebec in Quebec City.
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WindRider International said it expanded into Canada with WindRider Quebec in Quebec City, which will take delivery of its first shipment of sailing trimarans in April.

The builder said Jean-Philippe Cloutier of WindRider Quebec is fluent in French and English.

WindRider said its mission is to encourage more people to sail and — for those who do sail — to sail more. The company has eight models of sailing trimarans, including the WindRider brand, manufactured in the United States, and French-made Astus trimarans.

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