Italian shipyard Overmarine will officially announce the partnership with Dubai-based Delhaye Gregory Group at the upcoming Cannes Yachting Festival.

Overmarine signs new partner in the Gulf

Overmarine managing director Maurizio Balducci & Gregory Delhaye of DGG

The working relationship between the Delhaye Gregory Group (DGG) and Overmarine for Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states of Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the UAE, will be made official on occasion of the upcoming Cannes Yachting Festival. The show is set to run from 6-11 September.

The Gulf has always been a reference market and one on which Overmarine and its Mangusta brand has been very successful, the shipyard says.

Overmarine reports that Many Mangusta yachts, especially large ones, have been delivered to clients in this area over the past few years, both for cruising in home waters and itinerant between the Gulf and the Mediterranean.

“This has contributed to strengthening the Mangusta image, which is perceived locally, and indeed in the rest of the world, as being a brand of excellence,” Overmarine says.

Strategic partnership

The market here is one of the most important poles of luxury and this part of the world has a high concentration of wealth.

It is consequently a strategic area for the Overmarine Group’s plans for future development.

In order to better implement these strategies, the Group decided to join up with a partner who knows both this area and high reference clients extremely well.

After over ten years of work and constant growth, the Delhaye Gregory Group is said to be currently the top supplier of luxury services in the UAE.

The company claims to have the ability to respond to client’s requests with high standards, regardless of the complexity or the challenge they have put forward.

High-end market

DGG  operates a several companies on a number of market sectors. These include Platinum Events, which organises exclusive events,  Maison des Fleurs creates top quality flower arrangements and Vintage & Prestige Motors sells vintage and luxury cars. The firm also runs an auction house and photography studio.

Commenting on the partnership, Maurizio Balducci, Overmarine Group managing director says: “We’re extremely satisfied about our working relationship with the Delhaye Gregory Group.

“Its capillary network of connections and its entrepreneurial competence, combined with an in-depth knowledge of luxury and how best to approach clients mean our products are here represented in the very best way possible,” he concludes.