YYachts expands network in Mexico and the USA
YYachts is gaining a global presence through its Preferred Partner network. The German shipyard, specializing in carbon sailing yachts between 70 and 100 feet, is now also cooperating with selected dealers on the west and east coasts of the USA and in Mexico.
On the East Coast of the U.S. and in Canada, YYachts is represented by Bill Tripp, also designer of the Y7 and Y9, and his wife Danielle. Due to his strong commitment to YYachts, Tripp is a very competent contact person who has also spent his entire life on the water or at regattas. Bill Tripp has operated his own design firm since 1984 and has since drawn some of the largest and fastest sailing yachts in the world. He and his wife, Danielle, who is also very experienced in the industry, serve YYachts clients out of their Conneticut office.
On the U.S. West Coast, Jeff Brown holds Preferred Partner status with YYachts. Brown is considered one of the most respected dealers between San Diego and Seattle and has been in the yacht industry for nearly 30 years. Early in his career, he founded JK3 and developed it into one of the most successful yacht dealers in the western U.S. before deciding to change course and become a boutique broker. This allows for highly personalized customer service, making it just the right concept to be a Preferred Partner of YYachts.
The growing Mexican market has recently been serviced by Zarpo Yachts in Mexico City. Javier Navarro and his team have more than ten years of experience in the yachting industry and maintain close relationships with the best brands in the industry. Founded in 2015, Zarpo Yachts is now one of the most competent dealers in Central America. Navarro and his staff have already been able to inspire a number of owners for YYachts models.
Dirk Zademack, Managing Partner of YYachts, is pleased about the expanded network: "It is great to see how our yachts are now present all over the world. The new, strong partners in the U.S. and Mexico will certainly give us an even stronger boost."