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Experience Counts. It is that simple. I have been selling yachts for 25 years, and over half of my career has been invested in the 100’ + class sector. During my tenure I have earned the loyalty of hundreds of satisfied repeat and referred clients, as well as the most respected yacht brokers in the world of whom I value as good friends.
I currently serve on the Board of Directors of the International Yacht Broker's Association, the largest professional member advocacy organization of the yachting industry. I am a Certified Professional Yacht Broker, an internationally recognized accreditation held by only 400 yacht brokers in the World. I also serve as a board member on the Certified Professional Yacht Broker's Advisory board, the industry's highest standard of testing and Yacht Broker certification.
My commitment to the Yachting consumer is as strong as my belief in Yachting's ability to bring families and friends together like no other form of recreation can.
Joining the team at Westport in 2006 was an easy decision as there is no better position in the industry from a marketing and new construction perspective to service my client base.
Our collective advantage is simple; Westport's strong industry position and resources enable us to focus on proper presentation to the yachting consumer. Marketing and sales of both US and foreign built yachts in the US, Middle East, Far East and European markets are an integral part of our brokerage business. We saturate the media in every area known to produce results. Our level of industry coverage and commitment to customer service in the 80 to 200' sector of the yachting marketplace is unparalleled.
Westport also holds the distinction of the most annual sales in this sector of new yachts produced in the US. We are proud to build the World's most respected line of yachts from 112 to 200' feet from our facilities in Washington State.
Similarly, series production of motoryachts enables the builder to distribute development costs among several units, and therefore to justify a sizable investment in naval architecture, styling and interior design, to engineer and document the build down to the last detail, and to acquire the ideal infrastructure-molds, fixtures, equipment ... even buildings - for unsurpassed precision and control throughout the entire construction process.