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Vicem Yachts moves sales office

Vicem Yachts USA, the U.S. sales and service operation for Turkish motoryacht builder Vicem Yachts, moved its sales office to a more central location in downtown Newport, R.I.

Vicem's new office is at: 411 Thames Street, Unit 3, Newport, RI  02840.

"Relocating our office closer to Newport's thriving downtown waterfront is an ideal move for us," president Michael Landsberg said in a statement. "We will be able to better serve our clientele from a more convenient location at the same facility where our yachts are in-water, while increasing our visibility and profile."

The phone number for the Vicem Newport office remains the same: (401) 848-0028.

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