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David Walter Yachts partners with Italia Yachts USA

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Italia Yachts, a Venezia, Italy-based builder of sailing yachts, has announced a new partnership with David Walter Yachts to represent Italia Yachts throughout North America.

The agreement comes less than a year after the opening of Italia Yachts USA in Milford, Connecticut, with a satellite office in South Florida, to increase brand awareness and facilitate sales among American owners.

“The agreement with David Walter Yachts confirms the strength of the shipyard’s strategy to expand its presence in the USA, on top of the European, Australian and Hong Kong markets,” stated Daniele De Tullio, Italia Yachts market manager for America.

David Walters Yachts is based in Fort Lauderdale, with additional offices in Naples, Annapolis, Santa Barbara and Newport.

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