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Global yacht service provider BWA Yachting has announced its expansion into North Africa with a new office in Tunisia.

“Tunisia might be just a slim wedge of North Africa, but it has many exceptional natural sites, full of incredible Mediterranean history to explore,” said Hatem Mrabet, manager of the new Tunisia operation, in a company statement.

Born and raised in Tunisia, Mrabet has more than 20 years of experience in the nautical and hospitality sectors.

According to Mrabet, BWA Yachting Tunisia customers will be able to clear customs in less than one hour at Sidi Bou Said anchorage, and bunkering also can be arranged either at Bizerte marina by truck or at Marina Gammarth from dock or by truck.

BWA Yachting Tunisia’s main office will be at 76, Avenue De La République in La Goulette, and the agency will cover all the main superyacht marinas, such as Hammamet, Bizerte, Sidid Bou Said, Monastir, Tabarka, Gammarth, Sousse and Djerba.

CEO Paschalis Patsiokas said the company is excited about the potential for growth in the area.  BWA Yachting already has offices in Spain, France, Monaco, Corsica and Malta.

For more information, visit bwayachting.com.

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