The first Dreamline 26 built to an European client was on display at the Cannes yacht show in 2014. Photo courtesy of Dreamline Yachts

The first Dreamline 26 built for an European client was presented at the Cannes yacht show in 2014. Photo courtesy of Dreamline Yachts

Dreamline Yachts has announced that Intermarine Yacht Group, a Florida-based company, is now its exclusive distributor in the US and Canadian markets.

“We are excited about this agreement which will allow us to penetrate the American and Canadian markets with an excellent partner,” says CEO Paolo Bencivenni.

The Ancona-based shipyard has established a position in the European market since the official launch of Dreamline 26. The first unit was presented during the Cannes yacht show in 2014.

Intermarine Yacht Group has extensive experience and knowledge in the yacht sales industry. The firm operates offices in Fort Lauderdale, Dania and Jupiter, all major areas of activity for yachting.

“The decision to enter the American market is the result of an increasing interest in our product line coming from US and Canada,” Bencivenni explains. “Through our collaboration with Intermarine Yacht Group we are dedicated to offering a unique range of yachts in terms of quality and innovation, as well as superior aftersales service and support to our US and Canadian customers.”

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Sold: Two Dreamline 34

DL Yachts Srl builds the Dreamline product line at its shipyard in Ancona. The range comprises yachts in 26m, 30m, 34m, 40m, 46m and 49m. All models are designed by Enrico Gobbi.

The company has delivered three Dreamline 26s since the yard was established, with another two models under construction. Two Dreamline 34s have also been sold along with a newly ordered Dreamline 30.

In addition, the boatbuilder says that the Dreamline 40, 46 and 49 are available in both fibreglass and aluminium, and there are plans to go larger in the future.