Iliad in US

Iliad Catamarans has appointed a new exclusive dealer for the USA and the Bahamas on the eve of the brand's debut at the Miami Boat Show.

15 February 2024


Australian boatbuilder Iliad Catamarans has appointed Atlantic Yacht & Ship as the brand’s exclusive dealer in the United States and The Bahamas.

The appointment was announced on the eve of Iliad Catamarans’ US debut at the 2024 Miami International Boat Show, which kicked off on 14 February and runs until 18 February. The boatbuilder will showcase the Iliad 53F during the five-day event, which is the first major US show of the year.

Incorporated in 1959, Atlantic Yacht & Ship has more than 60 years’ experience in supplying power and custom motor yachts.

Iliad Catamarans says the appointment of Atlantic Yacht & Ship is a key part of its expansion strategy as it looks to the broader international market, after establishing itself throughout the Asia Pacific region since its launch in 2019.

“Atlantic Yacht & Ship is driven by a dynamic and professional team who are committed to delivering a very high standard of service and support to Iliad Catamarans clients throughout every stage of their purchasing and ownership journey,” says Iliad Catamarans’ General Manager Michael ‘Nod’ Crook.


“Atlantic Yacht & Ship also has extensive experience successfully importing and selling other high-end luxury yachting brands into the United States, achieving strong exposure and sales.

“Iliad Catamarans is experiencing astonishing interest from this North American market, and we are now looking forward to seeing our long-range luxury power catamarans on the water in this new region,” he adds.

Chris Carroll, Atlantic Yacht & Ship partner, said the company is delighted to be selected as the shipyard’s official dealer in the region.

“Iliad Catamaran’s commitment to quality, innovation, and owner satisfaction aligns perfectly with our own values, and we are confident that their exceptional catamarans will resonate with our clients who seek the ultimate yachting experience,” Carroll says.



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