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Omaya Yachts announces The Multihull Company as new US dealer

by Omaya Yachts 2 Jul 08:58 PDT
Lee Evans Marketing Coordinator (L) and Captain Will Miller CEO of The Multihull Company © Omaya Yachts

Luxury power catamaran brand Omaya Yachts has chosen The Multihull Company to represent its yachts in the US markets. With this collaboration, stateside yacht enthusiasts can now access Omaya's offering, which starts with the impressive OMAYA 50.

The Multihull Company will be offering Omaya yachts through its network of locations throughout the Eastern seaboard and Caribbean islands, where it provides the most robust and comprehensive service programmes available on the market today.

Headed up by President and CEO, Captain Will Miller, who joined The Multihull Company (TMC) in 2008 as a Yacht Broker in its Charleston, SC offices where he worked for over a decade before taking over as President and CEO in 2021.

Teaming with long time Multihull Company COO, Andrew Holland, who has been with the TMC since 2007 and previously served as Balance Catamarans Sales and Marketing Manager, the team is uniquely positioned to offer an exceptional customer experience with its experience in overseeing the build, commissioning and sale of thousands of catamarans around the world.

Andrew said of the partnership with Omaya: "Omaya brings to market the exact types of catamarans that appeal to the clients that we have traditionally worked with. A purposefully built catamaran, using the best materials available, that offers quality craftsmanship and an innovative design that has been built from the ground up to suit a highly specific segment of the market.

"We are looking forward to representing Omaya in the US market and introducing a new class of luxury power catamarans that are built to the highest level of craftsmanship offered by very few yards today."

Kaloyan Radulov, co-founder and CEO of Omaya Yachts, built in Bulgaria at the Elica Yard, situated on the banks of the Danube, said: "We are excited to welcome The Multihull Company as our exclusive dealer for the US. The team shares our passion for delivering exceptional customer service alongside an exceptional yacht. We're confident that together we can bring Omaya yachts to US waters and turn heads, starting with the OMAYA 50.

Aiming to manufacture luxury power catamarans for the private and charter markets, the first of Omaya's yachts, the OMAYA 50, is a 50ft luxury catamaran with a best-in-class beam of 8.4 metres, which provides unrivalled livable space exceeding 150 sq.m.within the lower and main decks, as well as its lavish flybridge. The bow area's layout is focused on creating a comfortable social area which ensures lazy days soaking up the sun can be enjoyed. Boasting large sunbeds, ample comfortable seating areas and open deck space, the yacht is designed with socialising and entertaining in mind, with the potential of longer-term living on board, not just holidays.

Available in two configurations for the lower deck, with the owner version providing a large master cabin covering the entire port side, complete with a double bed, sofa, desk and vanity area, integrated wardrobe and large ensuite offering double basins and a full standing shower. Two further double guest cabins are on the starboard side with ensuite bathrooms and an additional crew cabin.

For more information on Omaya Yachts and the OMAYA 50, please visit omaya-yachts.com

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