Mexico beckons for Denison Yacht Sales

9 August 2011 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

It’s an uplifting sign of renewed confidence in the industry as brokers continue to open new offices, the latest being Denison Yacht Sales as they open for business in Mexico.

The new office will be located in Marina San Carlos in the Sea of Cortez and will be headed by ex-superyacht captain Roger Madigan.

"The Mexican economy is showing great opportunity for luxury market sales in the coming years," says Bob Denison, owner of Denison Yacht Sales. "This is a neglected segment of the yachting industry and is proving to be a strong place to sell luxury items to Mexicans as well as to U.S. and European expatriates."

Widely known as a safe haven for long range cruisers, Marina San Carlos offers complete services for yachts up to 140 feet, including a gas and diesel fuel dock, 10-ton crane service, a launch ramp, launch and recovery service, 24-hour dock security, bathrooms, shower facilities and parking. Located in the heart of San Carlos and surrounded by shops, restaurants and marine suppliers, Marina San Carlos has 336 slips from 16 feet to 140 feet with fresh water and 50 amp 220V, electrical service and 30 outer bay moorings with dinghy dock access.

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