Vanquish Boats is Taking on Canada with the Help of Executive Yacht of Toronto

Executive Yacht Vanquish

May 24, 2016

“Executive Yacht is a really exciting partner for us as it introduces the Canadian customer to the Vanquish brand,” says Morgan Huntley, Vanquish President. “Also, we were attracted to Executive Yacht because we recognized a comparable level of individualized customer service in their business model. They provide a personalized service that does not stop at the point of sale.“

Executive Yacht boasts an extensive network of brokers and locations in Toronto, Oakville, Orillia, Georgian Bay, and Muskoka, all in the province of Ontario.

“Even though we have a long reach, we feel that we are a boutique company, much like Vanquish.” says President and CEO Derek Mader. “It is not about being all things to all people, it is about being everything to a select few.”

Look for Executive Yacht at the upcoming Georgian Bay Boat Show and Orillia Spring Boat, Cottage and Outdoor Show in June, and the Gravenhurst Antique and Classic Boat Show and the Muskoka In-Water Boat and Cottage Show in July.

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