Novurania names FLL distributorSep 13, 2013 by Guest Writer
Yacht tender manufacturer Novurania of America has named Nautical Ventures as its official distributor for Fort Lauderdale and South Florida.
“We’re very excited over this new business arrangement,” Nautical Ventures Group CEO Roger Moore said in a statement. “We do a tremendous amount of business with tenders and inflatables on a global scale and we all saw the potential in aligning forces.”
Joining Nautical Ventures in connection with the move is Renee McCullers, Novurania’s previous sales director of its factory showroom. As Nautical Ventures’ sales manager for tenders and inflatables, her forte is sales and fulfillment of inflatables for yachts anywhere in the world.
Nautical Ventures plans to open soon a 13,000-square-foot state-of-the-art showroom and floating docks to display its inventory of vessels and parts, including demo/display models of Novurania’s diesel tenders.
In addition, Nautical Ventures will provide service and warranty work from both the new store in Dania Beach and at River Bend Marine Center on the New River.
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