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Sanlorenzo names LMC its North American service facility

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Sanlorenzo has chosen Lauderdale Marine Center (LMC) in Fort Lauderdale as the company’s preferred service facility for the Italian yacht builder’s North America fleet.

A press release states that the yard was chosen for the facility’s ability to accommodate the yacht builder’s need for yard space, lifting capacity, and familiarity working with the vessels.

“LMC’s unique business model offers Sanlorenzo a convenient facility to service their vessels and we’re extremely pleased to welcome them,” LMC president Doug West said. “Our multiple lifts easily accommodate their broad range of builds, and we look forward to supporting their North American fleet.”

LMC is the latest addition to Sanlorenzo’s Builder Alliance Program. Benetti also is a member of the program.

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