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N&J named Asia distributor of Bali Catamarans

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Northrop & Johnson’s Asia offices have teamed up with Catana Group to sell the French shipyard’s Bali Catamarans brand of sailing and motor multihulls in the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand, according to a company press release.

“This new range of catamarans is a game changer in all categories of ownership: private, shared or charter,” stated broker Greg Dagge, who will serve as brand manager for Bali Catamarans in Asia. “N&J Asia will be there to service all three.”

According to Northrop & Johnson Managing Director Asia Bart Kimman, the first boats will arrive this summer.

For more information, visit www.northropandjohnson.com.

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