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With more than 50 percent of the brand’s business in the United States, Benetti has opened a sales office on 17th Street in Ft. Lauderdale. Benetti’s new American headquarters was designed as an office and showroom, in the style of the company’s Viareggio showroom: dark tinted rosewood and ivory colored leather and bronze detailing, with floors of Crema Marfil marble with teak inserts. The furnishings are all from Italian designers.

In related company news, Italian builder Azimut Yachts has partnered with Euro Yachts, now doing business as Azimut Yachts Mexico to be the exclusive dealer for the Mexican market.

It will be established in four key cities.

This is the 14th partnership Azimut Benetti has signed this year, according to president Federico Ferrante.

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