Azimut Yachts holds customer event in Brazil

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Representatives of the Azimut-Benetti Group and its shipyard in Brazil held the second edition of the event "Confraria Náutica" at Yacht Club Veleiros da Ilha in the capital of Santa Catarina state, bringing together about 90 selected guests from the region on Feb. 28.

The event was designed to share news from Azimut Yachts and bring customers in the Brazilian market closer to the brand, the company announced.

"The Confraria Náutica by Azimut Yachts is focused on approach with our clients and the public who loves the sea,” Azimut Brazil CEO Davide Breviglieri said in a statement. “We want to present in more detail the group’s strength in the world and know the needs of our customers to be able to offer to Brazilians increasingly full support.”

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