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Windy Boats to Make U.S. Debut with Nautical Ventures

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Boatbuilder Windy Scandinavia named Nautical Ventures of Florida its U.S. distribution partner.

Nautical Ventures has locations in Dania Beach, Palm Beach, Tampa Bay, Sarasota and Fort Lauderdale.

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“We are excited to bring the European-built Windy Boat brand … to the North American Market,” Nautical Ventures CEO Roger Moore said in a statement. “We see this Scandinavian brand dovetailing nicely with our current European boat lines.”

Windy CEO Trevor Fenlon added: “It is exciting to bring our range to the U.S., and we look forward to working with Nautical Ventures, whose wealth of experience will be invaluable to us.”

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Nautical Ventures and Windy plan to debut the SR44SX Blackhawk at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show later this year.

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