Royal Huisman of the Netherlands has agreed to open a yard in the Port of Amsterdam, making it the second Dutch superyacht builder, after Feadship, to do so as part of a drive to make Amsterdam a superyacht destination to lure maintenance and refit business away from, notably, Mediterranean yards.
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