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Numarine International expands into North America

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Turkey-based Numarine International has expanded into North America with a network of service representatives. Numarine North America will be managed by Parker Stair. Numarine builds composite and steel-hulled motoryachts from 70-130 feet.

“North America is an important component to our expansion worldwide, yet we didn’t want to go the route of large multi-line yacht brokers,” said Numarine International Managing Director Ian Birdsall. “Our boats incorporate so many advanced construction techniques, that it is imperative that the people selling them have a first hand knowledge of the significant advantages we offer. So we chose to work only with seasoned independent veterans who trained at our factory to understand what makes a Numarine such a compelling option in today’s world.”

For more information, visit www.numarine.com.

 

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