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Allied Marine debuts new website and logo

Allied Marine Brokerage and Charter has a new website and logo.

The logo is designed to give a polished look to the brand and the website is designed not only with aesthetics in mind, but also to make navigation easier for visitors, the company announced.

Allied Marine sells used luxury yachts and is an exclusive dealer for Ferretti Group brands in North America.

Each of the Ferretti Group sales centers in North America includes a team of Allied Marine yacht brokers who help facilitate the sales of used yachts as its brokerage division. In addition, Allied Marine provides charter management services, which include listing existing yachts for charter and facilitating the selection of charter opportunities for clients.

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