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Hatteras Yachts adds dealer in Panama

Hatteras Yachts said Evermarine of Panama City joined its network of representatives.

Hatteras Yachts said Evermarine of Panama City joined its network of representatives in 130 countries spanning six continents.

"Our never-ending focus to recruit dealers that deliver outstanding customer satisfaction, product quality and service is what makes Hatteras Yachts one of the most respected brands in the marine industry," Hatteras and Cabo Yachts president and CEO John Ward said in a statement.

"Evermarine has demonstrated a commitment to the same high standards for customer satisfaction to which Hatteras strives, and the success of our brand is dependent upon exceeding customer expectations,” Ward said.

"We are absolutely delighted to partner with such a historic brand that not only makes such beautifully appointed vessels, but that can handle the waters off our Atlantic and Pacific coasts," said Louis Sola, founder and president of Evermarine.

"We at Evermarine all share the same philosophy as Hatteras — that is, we are fully committed to providing the best customer experience possible," Sola added. "It is important to point out that Panama and Hatteras have a long history together. Knit Wits, the very first Hatteras ever built, was exported to Panama before eventually going back to the States. We plan on keeping that tradition going strong."



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