YachtWorld Brokers Village heads to Paris show

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YachtWorld.com will participate in the upcoming Salon Nautique de Paris with its YachtWorld Brokers Village, which features 23 brokerage houses and a database of more than 3,000 yachts for sale.

The Salon Nautique de Paris takes place Dec. 4-12 at Porte de Versailles.

"The YachtWorld Brokers Village has created a successful marketplace for used boats at international boat shows," said Sue Milne, general manager for Europe at YachtWorld.com International. "The sale of existing boats is an essential component of a vibrant boating market, which the Broker Village facilitates in a perfect manner."

The participating brokers will showcase more than 500 boats in the village, along with all of their searchable database entries for more than 3,000 boats for sale.

In addition, more than 5,000 copies of the YachtWorld Brokers Village magazine will be distributed at the event.

YachtWorld.com and Soundings Trade Only are divisions of Dominion Enterprises.

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