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Superyacht Tenders & Toys Supplies 66% of New Builds in Germany

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In the first half of 2016 Superyacht Tenders and Toys (SYTT) outfitted two thirds of all new build yachts in Germany, confirming its position as the go-to supplier of tenders and toys for new builds.

SYTT offers a comprehensive range of water toys including Jetskis, Seabobs, inflatables, towables, and submersibles, as well as dive gear, safety equipment and superyacht tenders.

The company is not affiliated to any one brand and can therefore offer choice without compromise, with unrivalled expertise in advising and sourcing the best solutions for each yacht. Having just one point of contact also simplifies the entire process for the client. 

The after sales service and support offered by Superyacht Tenders and Toys is also second to none - all purchases are supported for the lifetime of the product, at no charge, and product training is available if required.

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Client satisfaction is key and positive testimonials are an important driver. As Tripp Hock of Galactica Fleet says, "Josh and his team at Superyacht Tenders and Toys did a fantastic job in a very short time (over the Christmas holidays no less) to totally outfit our latest new build with toys. They are dedicated, knowledgeable, and punctual.”

Josh Richardson, Director of Superyacht Tenders and Toys, said "We are very proud to be able to say that we have outfitted two thirds of new build yachts built in Germany so far this year. This is a fast-growing area of our business and we’re excited about the upcoming new build projects that we’re working on.”

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SYTT now has a new section on its website dedicated entirely to the outfitting of new builds. For more information please visit our website via the logo below.

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