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News: Oyster Marine and Damh International Come Together

January 21, 2010 by Superyacht Design
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The world of yacht making has yet again witnessed another conglomeration of firms which have extraordinary experience in yachts and yachting. Recently, Oyster Group and Dahm International have declared that they would be working together to sell the Oyster 100 and Oyster 125 Superyachts. Both the firms are highly committed and passionate about yachts and together would market their international joint expertise in refit and new yacht build capabilities. The companies together will also be promoting Southampton Yacht Services which is Oyster’s wholly owned subsidiary. For the entire region of Central Europe, Oyster Superyachts will be exclusively represented by Dahm International.

According to David Tydeman who is the Chief Executive of Oyster, Dahm International has been in association with Jongert for quite a longer duration. The Oyster Superyachts would reap huge benefits from the company which has been successfully running the sales and brokerage activities. By opting to work with the Oysters, Herbert Dahm ensures a stronger relationship with RMK Marine with whom the Oyster Group is building the Oyster Superyachts.

Herbert Dahm, president of Dahm International was also found to be glad with this new association. He looks forward to working with the Oyster and Southampton Yacht Services as a partner for the sale of trend-setting, advanced quality new yachts and refits. Their team consisting of Ed Dubois and Jens Cornelsen is apparently a very trusted group. Claiming that the Oyster sailing yachts are a perfect ratio of cost to performance, he stated that they are very essential for the Dahm International’s broad brokerage portfolio.

For more information contact:

Oyster Marine

Dahm International

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