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Galeon appoints new dealer

Galeon Yachts has appointed Prince William Marine as a U.S. dealer. The Poland-based builder employs more than 1,000 workers at a 250,000-square-foot facility outside Gdansk.

"The Galeon brand has seen tremendous growth in the US, and the expansion of our dealer network is proof of continuous development,” said Bob Burke, Galeon brand manager, in a statement. “The team at Prince William Marine is world-class and exactly what we look for in dealer partners. Their values and mission align with our own, and we look forward to supporting them as they take on this new endeavor."

Prince William Marine is located in Woodbridge, Virginia. "We strive to create family and fun, as well as the boating lifestyle with every customer purchase,” said Carlton Phillips, owner of Prince William Marine, in the statement. “Galeon Yachts seem to align with that same lifestyle. At Prince William Marine, we have looked at many different yacht brands and feel Galeon Yachts will allow us to deliver the same family fun lifestyle experience to our customers."



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