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Established: 1976
Located: St. Catharines, Ontario (originally Holland)
Construction: Fiberglass
Category: Motoryacht, Powerboat, Flybridge Yachts
Neptunus Yachts has a proud tradition of building semi-custom motoryachts that are rich in style and detail, yet designed for dependability and performance. From its roots as a Dutch builder of motoryachts with a 35-year heritage, Neptunus Yachts has grown to be a leading North American manufacturer of yachts from 50 to 80 feet in length.
The Neptunus shipyard is located in St. Catharines, Ontario. The 72,000-square-foot facility lives on 7 acres (situated near the Welland Canal and Lake Ontario) and is staffed with skilled trades people, many of whom have more than 20 years experience in the yacht-building industry. Neptunus Yachts customers are involved in the building process from beginning to end, and our goal is to ensure that each customer feels their new Neptunus motoryacht is truly the best yacht they have ever owned. In fact, many of our customers are now on their second or third Neptunus yacht.
Dean Anthony specializes in helping clients buy and sell used Neptunus.
Buying Your Next Neptunus Yachts: Dean Anthony offers you the entire Neptunus MLS results, including listings of other yacht brokers, even international Neptunus in Canada and in Europe. You will find both used Neptunus Convertibles and Neptunus for sale.
Selling Your Current Neptunus: Dean Anthony would love to help you sell your Neptunus! With a team of licensed yacht brokers in locations worldwide, Dean Anthony is ready to provide your Neptunus with true national exposure. Dean Anthony’s comprehensive Neptunus email and web marketing programs will provide your Neptunus with global exposure in Europe, Latin America, Asia, and Australia.

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