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Denison Superyachts adds La Pellegrina

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Denison Superyachts has added to its central agency listings for sale the 164-foot Couach M/Y La Pellegrina listed for 21 million euros

In related news, Ft. Lauderdale-based Denison Yacht Sales has partnered with Puerto Rico-based Industrial & Marine Service (IMS) to provide brokerage services in the Caribbean. IMS will receive Denison’s management and marketing support. The firm will operate out of IMS’ Villa Marina office in Fajardo.

IMS has operated since 1975 as a new boat dealer and brokerage firm serving Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. It is the new boat dealer for Sea Ray, Meridian, Scout, Marquis, Carver and Sea Vee.

 

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