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Sirena opens Lauderdale office

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Turkish shipyard Sirena Yachts has established its U.S. headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with an office at 3001 W. State Road 84 (Marina Mile Boulevard).

“We’re looking forward to attending FLIBS with two Sirena 64 units,” said Constantinos Constantinou, who heads operations for Sirena in North America. Constantinou has experience introducing other yacht brands in North America, such as Absolute and Greenline.

“After having sold three yachts in recent weeks, and the great interest we have enjoyed since the Yachts Miami Beach show, we feel confident about Sirena’s future in the U.S. and North America as a whole,” Constantinou stated in a company press release. “We have a very clear strategy going forward.”

For more information, email info@sirenayachtsusa.com.

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