Sept 1, 2016

Grand YachtsBeneteau America announces the appointment of Grand Yachts to represent Beneteau Sailboats in Western Canada.

“We have been actively looking for a partner in Western Canada, and couldn’t be more thrilled with the relationship we’ve started to build with Grand Yachts,” says Beneteau America President, Laurent Fabre. “Grand Yachts has earned the respect and admiration of their industry peers and most importantly their clients. We look forward to working closely with their team to exceed customer expectations in every way,” remarks Fabre.

Founded in 1976 by Brian Kell, Grand Yachts is a CPYB endorsed dealership with offices and sales docks at Coal Harbour Marina in Vancouver and at Port of Sidney Marina in Sidney, BC.

Robb Butler, who joined Grand Yachts as a partner in 2015, commented: “We, at Grand Yachts are delighted to be associated with the world’s leading yacht manufacturer. Grand Yachts, with its professional and ethical reputation built over the past 40 years, will enhance Beneteau’s presences in Western Canada."

The Grand Yachts team will be at the Annapolis Boat Show October 6 – 10 where Beneteau will display ten sailboats including the new Oceanis 35.1, Oceanis 38.1 and flagship Oceanis Yacht 62.

 

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