Denison to represent Momentum line

Dec 21, 2017 by Triton Staff

The Italian Sea Group has named Fort Lauderdale-based Denison Yachting the exclusive dealer in the Americas for Admiral Yachts’ Momentum line of megayachts.

Momentum is a series of 131-foot (40m), 148-foot (45m), 154-foot (47m), 197-foot (60m) and 279-foot (85m) long-distance displacement yachts available with aluminum or steel hulls.  

“There’s a good opening in the market for a high-quality explorer-type series,” Denison broker Glynn Smith said. “The shipyard is immaculate, and they are extremely driven to raise the bar of yacht building.”

Denison Yachting is a family-run company that provides worldwide yachting services, including sales and charter to crew placement and new construction. The company has 24 offices in the U.S. and Caribbean. For more information, visit www.denisonyachtsales.com.

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