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Antares Catamarans Rise Again

This is a good story because it has a happy ending for the recent buyers of Antares 44i catamarans, for the builder and for those who are in line to buy a new Antares in the months ahead. As many readers will know, the previous owners of the Antares brand moved the company to Argentina and employed

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