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If you’ve never heard of Galeon Yachts, you’re not the only one. Despite having been in operation for over 35 years with a loyal following in Europe, the Polish boatbuilder was virtually unknown in the U.S. That all changed in 2016 when it began an exclusive sales partnership with MarineMax, the nation’s largest yacht retailer. The brand exploded onto the scene the same year with the sale of no fewer than 17 units at the Miami boat show.

“Just over two-and-a-half years later and with 82 boats sold, Galeon is our most highly rated brand in terms of customer satisfaction,” says Bob Burke, Galeon Yachts brand manager for Marine-Max, which represents other top builders, including Sea Ray and Azimut. “We’re selling around three boats a month, which is insane for a brand most people

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