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Freedom Marine wins Best Aftersales Support title amongst Global Axopar Dealers

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Jan 30, 2024

Freedom Marine International Yacht Sales has been recognized as the “Best Aftersales Support” amongst Axopar’s global network of dealers in 2023. The Freedom Marine team came out on top amongst 73 dealers that span across 49 different countries.

Freedom Marine was founded in 1997 in Vancouver, B.C. and now has two offices, one in Coal Harbour, Vancouver, and another at the picturesque Port Sidney Marina on Vancouver Island. The team is dedicated to providing the best purchasing and post-purchase experience for boating enthusiasts.

The award was announced at the 2023 Axopar Dealer Meeting where dealers were recognized for their significant contributions to Axopar’s brand, product, and services. The coveted award illustrates Freedom Marine’s dedication to taking care of customers through the entire process of boat ownership.

“It’s an honour to receive this recognition,” said Don Young, President of Freedom Marine International Yacht Sales. “Our goal is to continue helping Axopar owners enjoy their unique boating adventures and spend more time out on the water.”

About Freedom Marine International Yacht Sales www.boatingfreedom.com

Freedom Marine International Yacht Sales is the leading name in new and used boat sales. We sell luxury power and sailboats from brands including Princess Yachts, Axopar, BRABUS Marine, Hanse, Dehler, and Moody. Our team of brokers are more than just the top sellers of premium new and used boats — they bring years of boating experience to our customers. This firsthand knowledge of the vessels and lifestyles sets us apart as we build a strong community of avid boaters, with diverse sets of interests and ways to enjoy what the beautiful west coast has to offer.

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