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Numarine adds international dealers

Numarine said it has been building new yachts, such as the 60 Flybridge, 70 Flybridge and 105 Hardtop.
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The 60 Flybridge is one of Numarine’s new yachts.

The 60 Flybridge is one of Numarine’s new yachts.

Numarine said it appointed several new international dealers, making agreements in the Mediterranean, Turkey, the Americas, Russia, CIS and Montenegro, and the Asia-Pacific region.

Numarine said it has been building new yachts, such as the 60 Flybridge, 70 Flybridge and 105 Hardtop, during the last six months and has worked to improve the reach of its dealer network.

Numarine is now in Spain with Partner Living by Carlos in Mallorca, and with Yachts & Trade in Italy and Switzerland. The builder also is in Malta, Morocco, and Tunisia with the BHP Group from Malta, and in Egypt with Planet Navis, of Hurghada.

The company said it also has strengthened its presence at home in Turkey with its new partner Karina, in Istanbul.

Numarine also has brought aboard Grande Yachts, of Maryland, with its East Coast facilities and U.S. network of sub-dealers.

“We are happy to be partners of Numarine. We needed in our portfolio a range of competitively priced, high-quality, customizable flybridges and open yachts that we could feel comfortable selling to our demanding clientele in search for fresh design and seaworthy performance,” Burevestnik CEO Andrey Boyko said in a statement.

With its Hong Kong-based partner Asian Marine expanding into Thailand and the Philippines, and Q7 Marine ready to introduce the 60 Hardtop in Australia and New Zealand, Numarine said it is poised for growth.

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