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Palumbo adds chandleries

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Palumbo Superyacht and Versilia Supply Service have partnered to open three Marine Store chandleries at Palumbo facilities in Marseille, France; Malta; and Ancona, Italy.

The new stores will be managed by the staff of the Palumbo Superyacht, and trained by Marine Store’s team. They will offer a selection of accessories commonly used aboard superyachts, all directly provided by Marine Store.

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