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South Florida-based watersports retailer Nautical Ventures has received The Best International Dealer Award from Helsinki-based Axopar Boats during its recent international dealer meeting. Axopar Boats hosted 65 dealers from around the world, and recognized Nautical Ventures as a model dealership for sales, service and customer satisfaction.

“Since taking on the line just over a year ago, Nautical Ventures has consistently demonstrated exceptional marketing ability to deliver our Axopar message to the American marketplace,” stated Kaj Ström, of Axopar Boats. “With over 100 boats sold in just over a year, Nautical Ventures has outpaced every other dealer in the world.”

Axopar Boats has three models from 24 to 37 feet in several deck configurations. Its unique Axe Bow design combines with a proprietary ventilated stepped hull to deliver a unique ride.

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