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Horizon Yachts opens Fort Lauderdale office

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Horizon Yachts opened an office in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The company said in a statement that the new office is at Hall of Fame Marina on Seabreeze Boulevard. It will serve as a sales and service office and and extension of the Horizon Yachts U.S. headquarters in Palm Beach, Fla.

The company held a Winter Showcase Open House Feb. 15- 17, which it said became a “Horizon marina,” with nine yachts on display.

“We are delighted to open this new office to serve so many of our owners and clients who bring their boats through Fort Lauderdale,” said Roger Sowerbutts, head of Horizon Yachts USA, in the statement. “We have a great relationship with Hall of Fame Marina, so this new office is a welcome extension.”

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