Prestige Yachts adds Ontario dealer

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Prestige Yachts said The Boat Warehouse will represent the boatbuilder in the Canadian province of Ontario.

The dealer’s headquarters are in Kingston.

“Prestige is growing its dealer network in Canada and we are excited to have The Boat Warehouse join the team,” Prestige Yachts North American sales manager René Julien said in a statement. “The Boat Warehouse also represents some of the best selections of yachts while having been one of the largest Canadian dealers for 25 years.”

“We are thrilled to be carrying the Prestige line,” Boat Warehouse president Dave Mayhew said. “The contemporary elegant interiors match the clean and innovative lines of the exteriors. They have a long history and excellent reputation for designing powerboats that harmoniously combine European design with inventive layout and amazing pricing. This is a win for our clients and for our company.”

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