Trumpy takes order for 125-footer

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Trumpy Yachts and Alex Suarez, managing partner of Classic Yacht Partners, have reached an agreement to build a new 125-foot Trumpy inspired by John Trumpy's pre-war designs.

"When we decided to relaunch our brand and business, we believed very strongly that thoughtful yachtsmen would respond to our products," Johan Trumpy said in a statement. "Mr. Suarez has more than met that assumption. With his help, we have dramatically enhanced the 125-foot Trumpy and will be building one of the most elegant yachts that I have ever been involved with."

Alex Suarez is not only spearheading the design and purchase of the new Trumpy, he has created a yacht share company to capitalize on the new realities of large-yacht ownership.

"When I first met with Johan and Jim Ewing, CEO of Trumpy Yachts, at the Palm Beach Show, it was obvious that they had the vision and the relationship with Vicem Yachts to build the kind of yachts our clients and new business required," Suarez said in a statement. "The 125 is the first of two substantial Trumpys we are building for our yacht equity program."

For information on this Trumpy and Trumpy Yachts other models, contact Ewing at jimewing@trumpyyachts.net.

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