HATTERAS | CABO YACHTS NAMES WORTH AVENUE YACHTS ITS NEW DEALER IN WASHINGTON STATE AND BRITISH COLUMBIA

Hatteras Cabo Yachts

Jan 21, 2020

Hatteras | CABO Yachts, builder of luxury sportfishing yachts and motor yachts, announces the appointment of Worth Avenue Yachts as its newest dealer. Worth Avenue Yachts’ Seattle office will represent the Hatteras brands exclusively in Washington State and British Columbia, Canada. Under the leadership of veteran broker Ray Prokorym, the yacht dealership will carry the full Hatteras line from 45 to 105 feet, and the CABO line, starting with the new CABO 41.

Worth Avenue’s Seattle office is located in the heart of Seattle’s boating industry on Chandler’s Cove, close to many well-known yachting service centers. Its clients cruise and fish the waters of Puget Sound, the San Juan Islands, British Columbia and beyond. Ray Prokorym, a partner in the firm and a knowledgeable broker with a wealth of experience in new yacht builds and sales, acts as the director and manager of the Seattle office. Ray has an intimate knowledge of the Seattle yacht sales scene. He is joined by brokers Niel Steenkamp, Scott Hauck and Diego Gomez. The office also offers yacht charter vacations in the San Juan Islands and Alaska.

“The Seattle team at Worth Avenue Yachts is thrilled to be representing Hatteras and CABO Yachts,” Prokorym said. “The history of the company and its legacy of building premium, American-built products is a perfect fit for our Pacific Northwest clients. The entire Hatteras line offers versatility, top-line engineering and world-class pedigree.”
 
“The Pacific Northwest offers some of the best cruising and fishing on the continent, but it also has some of the most challenging boating conditions. Hatteras Yachts are built to handle those conditions and to let owners explore this spectacular region to their heart’s content,” said Hatteras | CABO Yachts President and CEO Kelly Grindle. “We know that Ray and the Worth Avenue Yachts team, with their impressive depth of experience both in new yacht sales and the local region, will be outstanding representatives for Hatteras and CABO throughout Washington and British Columbia.”

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