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Yacht support agency Seal Superyachts has expanded into the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador, by acquiring a local agency. This news follows other new offices in New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Fiji, and French Polynesia this year, as well as the opening of its first Australian office in Queensland last month.

The addition of the new Galapagos office helps bridge the gap between its existing network right through to the Panama Canal.

“Antonio Moreano and his team have forged a first-class reputation for themselves as local superyacht support agents based in the Galapagos Islands,” said Adam Frost, managing director of Seal Superyachts. “I am delighted to see them commit to joining us here at Seal Superyachts and become the newest member of our family.”

“We have built up our business here for more than 10 years, supporting a wide range of yachts visiting the Galapagos Islands — entirely through recommendations from previous clients,” Moreano said. “We have a lot to offer the world’s Superyacht fleet, and believe that our excellent service and local knowledge will be a key asset in convincing adventurous clients to come and see our famed natural wonders.”

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