Newport Beach is second California sales office for yacht brokerage trailblazer

Denison Yacht Sales
November 19, 2012
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Newport Beach is second California sales office for yacht brokerage trailblazer

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Denison Yacht Sales is pleased to announce it has opened its second California sales office. The new location at Lido Marina Village in Newport Beach opened in August and offers new and brokerage yacht sales, charter and service.

“Newport Beach has always been considered the strongest large yacht port on the West Coast of the U.S.,” said Nereus Dastur, CEO of Denison Yacht Sales California. “Thanks to local cruising grounds, a great network of marine service companies and access to some of California’s best waterfront restaurants, Newport Beach remains one of the most popular yachting destinations in the country and is the perfect place for a new Denison sales location.”

Lido Marina Village is the site of the West Coast’s largest boat show.

Since 1948, the Denison family name has been synonymous with yachting. Decades of experience provide a long-term perspective on the industry, extensive industry contacts, a deep client roster and a passion for yachts.

“Newport Beach extends Denison’s current sales and service reach in California,” said Bob Denison, owner of Denison Yacht Sales. “With headquarters in Marina del Rey, the Denison team now has marina office presences in two of California’s largest yachting communities.”

Members of the Denison Yacht Sales Newport Beach sales team include David Millett, Nathan Dotson, Marcos Weinstein, Joshua Kasl, Elizabeth Barden, Lynnette Davis and Stefan Gillmer.

Denison Yacht Sales is a full service yacht brokerage and yacht charter firm with marina offices in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; Marina del Rey, Calif.; San Carlos, Mexico, Old Saybrook, Conn., Scituate, MA and now Newport Beach Calif. Denison’s team of 40 licensed and bonded yacht brokers represents Beneteau Swift Trawlers, Beneteau GT Flyers, Pirelli Yacht Tenders, Tecnomar, Palumbo Shipyard, Monte Carlo Yachts and Austin Parker.

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