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Olivier Decamps appointed as Nautor’s Swan Regional Director for APAC

by Nautor's Swan on 18 May
Olivier Decamps appointed as new Nautor’s Swan Regional Director for APAC Nautor's Swan
Nautor’s Swan, following its strategy to reinforce the sales network worldwide, has just confirmed another essential position in the APAC region, appointing Olivier Decamps as the new Regional Director. Decamps will be running the Swan activities in parallel with his existing company, Beaufort Marine, in Hong Kong.

“I have always admired Nautor’ Swan yachts ever since I started racing over 40 years ago. I strongly believe that the Asia Pacific region is only at the beginning of its 'yachting growth', says Olivier Decamps “I look forward to working with the team, developing the Agents’ network, promoting the brand and bringing some of Nautor Swan's passion to Asia Pacific.”

Olivier Decamps is originally from Belgium but he lives in Hong Kong since 2004, working professionally in the industry as an experienced broker and competent racer.

Sebastiano Fanizza, Nautor’s Swan Sales and Customer Care Director states “His extended experience in Asia Pacific together with his professionalism in this industry is exactly what we were looking for.”

The Nautor’s Swan season is very busy currently, as testified by several important activities ongoing: the new Swan 95 S Lot 99 has just been launched; the just-ended Sail Racing PalmaVela week, saw Swan yachts as undisputed protagonists; the ClubSwan 50 is still the hit of the moment with 20 units already sold and an exclusive One Design event taking place in Palma de Mallorca next October 11-14, called The Nations Trophy. The news is still not finished, the first hull of the new Swan 78 has just completed in lamination meanwhile, the new Swan 65 (first announced at Boot Düsseldorf 2017) has already been sold and will be starting in production soon and delivered in 2019.
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