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Horizon Yachts opens Lauderdale office

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Horizon Yachts opened an office in Fort Lauderdale in February. The Palm Beach-based yacht builder said the new office, located at the Hall of Fame Marina, will serve as a sales and service office.

The company celebrated the opening with an open house that featured nine Horizon yachts on display, including the new JQB-designed V68, the RP120, several E Series yachts and two Cor D. Rover-designed FD87 Skyline yachts. Guests were treated to tours of the vessels through Horizon Yachts’ brokerage partners Yacht Connexion and Allied Marine.

“We are delighted to open this new Fort Lauderdale office to serve so many of our owners

and clients who bring their boats through Fort Lauderdale,” stated Roger Sowerbutts, head of Horizon Yacht USA.

For more information, visit horizonyachtusa.com.

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