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Regulator Marine adds two international dealers

Regulator Marine signed two new dealers in One Brokerage in Australia and Global Marine Panama in Panama.
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Offshore sportfishing boat manufacturer Regulator Marine signed two new dealers: One Brokerage in Australia and Global Marine Panama in Panama.

The addition of these overseas outposts builds on Regulator’s domestic and international dealer expansion and growth during the past three years.

“We are thrilled to have the Global Marine Panama and One Brokerage teams join the Regulator family of dealers around the world,” Regulator Marine president Joan Maxwell said in a statement.

“As Regulator continues to expand abroad, we are confident that our outstanding dealers will help introduce new customers to our boats and continue to deliver on [our] promise of quality.”

Regulator fans can test Regulator boats during upcoming demo days, and by the summer new Regulator models will have debuted at boat shows in Panama and Australia, including the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show in Queensland.

“We are excited to carry the Regulator line. Everyone that is familiar with Regulator knows they build the best offshore boats in the world. Our job now is to lift the awareness of the brand in the Australian market and to support and service existing and new Regulator owners,” One Brokerage principal Glen Moltoni said.

With offices in Sydney and Perth, One Brokerage covers Australia’s east and west coasts.

“Regulator center consoles are perfectly suited for a wide range of conditions and give serious anglers the ability to head offshore with comfort and confidence. Our wide variety of expertise, from sales to managing boats, is sure to bring quality service to Regulator owners across Panama,” said Roberto Silva of Global Marine Panama.

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