Bavaria Yachts Choose New Mystic Shipyard Base

Press Release
Monday, May 14, 2012

Bavaria Yachts USA selects Mystic, Connecticut, as location for its second Factory-Direct sales, service, and charter center

Bavaria Yachts USA announced that Mystic, Connecticut will be the location for it's newest Factory-Direct location, positioned to serve the Northeast sailing market. Bavaria Yachts will be based in the highly respected Mystic Shipyard, where it will offer new boat sales, service, and parts support, all focused entirely on Bavaria sailing yachts. The Bavaria Yachts office will officially open in early September, and then September 13th - 16th, Bavaria USA will be at the Newport International Boat Show with new Bavaria models, including the new Cruiser 50, as well as the highly anticipated Vision 46.

"Since our launch in June 2011, the response to the new Farr-designed Cruiser Series, has been overwhelming" explains Kenny Feld, Managing Director of Bavaria Yachts USA. "We anticipate even more interest with upcoming introduction of the new Vision Series. The opening of the new Mystic office, will enable direct srvice to the Northeast market. Mystic is the perfect location given it's accessibility from most major sailing and metro areas in the Northeast. The Mystic Shipyard is also uniquely equipped with the skills and facilities to support the service all Bavaria owners require.

All Bavaria Yachts are built in the world's largest yacht production facility, in the heart of Bavaria, Germany.


 

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