MarineMax San Diego Sports New Location

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SAN DIEGO, Calif., (April 7, 2016) – MarineMax San Diego has moved to a new location on Shelter Island. Now located at 2540 Shelter Island Drive it remains the exclusive Azimut Yachts and Aquila Power Catamaran dealer in the area. And, recently, MarineMax San Diego added the Galeon Yachts lineup introducing the most popular yacht brand in Germany and the winner of European Powerboat of the Year award at the 2016 Dusseldorf International Boat Show, to the San Diego area.

“We are pleased and excited to be in our new facility, ready to better serve our customers and friends, old and new,” explained Peter Zaleski, MarineMax San Diego Store Manager. “Whether you are looking for the luxury and stunning Italian style of an Azimut, the interior space and amenities that only Aquila Power Cats can deliver or the combination of innovation and old world craftsmanship that comes with Galeon Yachts, MarineMax San Diego has what your heart desires.”

As a part of the world’s largest and most trusted marine dealership, MarineMax San Diego is also offers a full-service brokerage department. And, all MarineMax customers have access to special financing and insurance opportunities, exclusive yachting events and MarineMax Getaways!® along with the very best VIP treatment.

“We invite you to our new location on the beautiful Shelter Island to view our selection of premium yachts,” continued Zaleski. “Our unparalleled array of yacht brands will allow you to indulge in the finest aspects of your yachting lifestyle.”

For more information contact Peter Zaleski at 619-294-2628 or email peter.zaleski@marinemax.com.

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