“We are very pleased to be exhibiting at Monaco for the first time, introducing us to a new audience. In the 625 we believe we have a world-leading tender, and look forward to high levels of interest in it during the show,” said Mathew Hornsby, sales director at Williams.
The decision to exhibit at the biggest event on the show calendar follows what the company says has been a “hugely successful 2013”. Sales of Turbojet and Dieseljet ranges remain high, it reports.
The Dieseljet 625 is the final model to be launched from Williams’ four-boat Dieseljet range, and follows the debut of the 445, 505 and 565. It has been developed to further meet the requirements of leading manufacturers and superyacht builders.
Visitors to the show can find Williams on Stand TS13.