Steve McPherson and Perry Woodman

June 9, 2020

left; Steve McPherson-President Navy Point Yacht Sales. Right: Perry Woodman-President Breezeway Yachts

Two of Toronto’s fastest growing professional yacht sales operations join forces.

On May 29th, Navy Point Yacht Sales and Breezeway Yachts announced the formation of a new yacht sales partnership in Ontario and the greater Toronto area. Breezeway and Navy Point Yacht Sales are the fastest growing yacht sales companies in the region, and their partnership will provide a unique and outstanding experience for their clients.
“With Breezeway’s extensive broker network throughout the Province and Navy Point’s experience and expertise in all facets of new boat sales, our partnership is a perfect synergy for offering our new and existing clients more purchasing options. I could not be more pleased to partner with an organization with such high professional standards,” says Perry Woodman, President of Breezeway Yachts.
“As part of our Navy Point 360 initiative, partnering with Breezeway Yachts affords us the opportunity to greatly expand our broker network throughout Ontario with Breezway’s professional sales team. I can’t think of a better fit in philosophy, business practice ,and commitment to customer service, than Perry and his team at Breezeway,” says Steve McPherson, President of Navy Point.
Breezeway Yachts is an Ontario based yacht sales operation with offices throughout the province including Kingston, Niagara On the Lake, Ottawa, Whitby, Toronto, St Catharines and Sarnia. Breezeway yachts specializes in used and brokerage yachts.

Navy Point Yacht Sales, a division of Navy Point 360, has two locations in the GTA, and New York, offering new and brokerage yacht sales. Navy Point specializes in international commissioning and delivery of new boats from Jeanneau and Fountaine Pajot, as well as local and cross border new and used boat sales.

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