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30.09.2013

Elling Yachts conquered South America!

"The world is not enough ...". This concerns not only the ability of Elling Yachts go far, very far, but move them to markets in different continents. Until recently, the Elling Yachts were well-known in Euro-Asia, and in recent years, and in North America (there are already supplied more than 10 boats). 

But the era of the great geographical discoveries for those yachts continues and is gaining momentum. After a visit to Brazil in February 2013, co-owner and Director of shipyard Neptune Marine Shipbuilding by Anton Van den Barefoot, in a delegation of Heads of leading Dutch companies led by Prince Willem Alexander Kroner (in the picture Coronation scheduled for April 30, 2013), began developing the market of Latin America (South) and already have a first sale of Elling Yachts in the region.

What's next ... probably Australia!? This year one boat goes to the Philippines and to Australia not far away. It may be noted that in times of crisis, when an estimated 20% of closed up to 30% of Dutch shipbuilding firms, Neptune Marine Shipbuilding has laid off any of its staff due to cuts in production, but in the last year has even new specialists. And by actively expanding the market, it is again ramping up production, almost bringing it to the pre-crisis. Which, of course, contributes to the popularity of Elling Yachts and their excellent technical characteristics, which have written almost all specialised sailing publications.