Spencer Ship Monaco becomes official distributor for HCB luxury yachts

Spencer Ship Monaco has been announced as the international representative for HCB Yachts, the luxury yachts with the biggest center console in the world

12 July 2023 | by Redazione

Spencer Ship Monaco, a company offering full yachting services, has been announced as the international distributor and representative for HCB Yachts, leader in luxury yachts with center consoles.

Spencer Ship Monaco’s mission will be to put together a network of dealers in Europe, Africa and Asia to help them sell and promote the HCB Yachts brand. Spencer Ship Monaco will also be the international sales channel, for private clients living in a country without a local distributor.


HCB stands for Hydras Ports Custom Boats and is based in Tennessee, United States. Originally founded in 1970, HCB was acquired in 2012 and became best-in-class for the largest yachts with center console in the world.

Known for their creation of these unique outboards, the shipyard focuses on a high level client who loves luxury and wants to fully and comfortably enjoy their time on the water. It is for this reason that HCB Yachts are completely custom made to satisfy the needs and preferences of each client. The fleet size ranges from 11 to 19 metres and among its most famous models is the 53 Sueños which will be on display at the next edition of the Monaco Yacht Show.

We are excited – says David Russell, VP of Sales & Marketing for HCB Yachts – to be working together with Spencer Ship Monaco in supporting HCB Yachts’ international expansion efforts. Finding consolidated partners while we grow around the world means a lot to us, and Spencer Ship Monaco has a great international reputation for its reliability. They truly understand the HCB brand and the fundamental values of our company, as well as having many years’ experience in dealing with exclusive clientele. They have consistently supplied exceptional service for many years.”


We are proud – notes Craig Harvey, founder and CEO of Spencer Ship Monaco – to be representing HCB Yachts on the international market. With their range of yachts, the company is introducing a completely new concept to the boating community: a luxury yacht with a center console. Clients today are looking for something that didn’t exist before. Thanks to this partnership, we can now offer a new category of vessels to our high-end clients. Overall the boats are standard yachts, but they go beyond those confines by incorporating new functional characteristics for the boating community.”

This announcement, which follows closely on the heels of Donzi and Statement Marine, reinforces the position of Spencer Ship Monaco as an expert representative for powerful chaseboats in the super yacht industry. With insurmountable power and all encompassing service, all HCB models are fully customisable vessels, in order to adapt to the lifestyles of each and every owner. Whether the clients prefers to relax at sea, thrives off adrenaline and speed, or enjoys fishing, these luxury boats are ready to help them enjoy each and every experience.



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