Azimut Yachts displays new models at Japanese show

Azimut Yachts and dealer Yasuda Shipyard took three models to a joint stand at the Japan International Boat Show.
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Azimut Yachts and dealer Yasuda Shipyard took three models to a joint stand at the Japan International Boat Show, which was held March 3-6 at the Yokohama Bayside Marina.

In parallel with the boat show, Azimut and Takayuki Nozawa, managing director of Yasuda Shipyard, officially opened a new showroom in Yokohama.

Azimut said it is working to consolidate its presence in the Japanese market by focusing on the needs of local yacht owners. The builder said its strategy has grown sales volumes.

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