Sunreef Yachts opens new Dubai office
Sunreef Yachts has officially inaugurated the company’s new Dubai office, in time for the 2023 Dubai International Boat Show, 1-5 March 2023.
To mark the occasion, the luxury multihull builder held a cocktail party on Tuesday (28 February) with a mix of partners, industry professionals, and customers in attendance.
“Our shipyard is on a mission to shape the future of responsible boating,” says Francis Lapp, Sunreef Yachts founder and president. “This new office is an important step on this journey. Here, a growing team of professionals from all fields will help us further develop our vision and reach new horizons. We can only push things forward if we challenge ourselves, engage in a creative debate and exchange ideas. This office will be the perfect environment for this.”
Sunreef Yachts says its new office in Dubai will strengthen the company’s presence in the Middle East, Asia and Australia. Located on the Palm Jumeirah, the office is set up in the Palm Marina West and gathers a team of professionals, including sales representatives, designers, engineers, and architects.
The boatbuilder says this diverse team will be a ‘yachting think tank’ with a mission to create new trends and come up with creative solutions to further develop the concept of responsible yachting.
In response to rising demand from the Middle East, Asia and Australia, Sunreef Yachts is set to open its first overseas centre in Ras Al-Khaimah, the United Arab Emirates, later this year.
With two existing catamaran construction sites in Poland, Sunreef Yachts has decided to expand its industrial capacity with a new, state-of-the art facility.
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