Iguana Yachts has received new investment, aimed at accelerating the company’s growth.
The investment is from Daniel Berrebi, founder of several shipping companies including Baja Ferries in the Gulf of California and Baja Mexico.
“We are delighted to announce Daniel Berrebi’s investment in Iguana Yachts this summer,” said Antoine Brugidou, CEO and founder of Iguana Yachts. Daniel Berrebi is a well-known Maritime entrepreneur who founded several shipping companies around the world.”
Daniel joins other investors including Pierre Kosciusko-Morizet, Dan Vogel, Pierre-Noël Luiggi and Jean-Michel Berud.
Iguana Yachts has been involved in the marine industry for more than 15 years and the additional investment will enable the company to boost its development in new regions and markets.
“All these investors strongly support the success of the Iguana Yachts patented technology and want to accelerate the growth of the company by reinforcing the sales network, leveraging the real estate development in Mexico (hotels and resorts), and enlarging/electrifying the range of Iguana boats over the next five years,” said an Iguana spokesperson.
The announcement follows on from the presentation of a new model, the Iguana Bow Rider. The first model is currently under construction and will be delivered in 2024.
Features include plenty of seating, an enclosed cockpit and ample storage.