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Ted Jones was named vice president of Albury Brothers Boats. He will head up all day-to-day operations.
Jones has more than 38 years of experience in the marine industry. He founded the Sundance Marine chain of South Florida dealerships, spent 15-plus years with Hydra-Sports in manufacturing, and most recently spent five years with multistore dealerships and Sailfish boats in sales and service.
Albury Brothers, of Riviera Beach, Fla., builds 20-, 23- and 27-foot center consoles.
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Chris Cox was named vice president of the International Yacht Restoration School and the Museum of Yachting. He will serve as director of the museum and head of development for both organizations, which are based in Newport, R.I.
An avid sailor, Cox’s background includes eight years at the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, Conn., followed by 15 years at Mystic (Conn.) Seaport, where he served as vice president for development and communications. His most recent post was as a director with the Connecticut Humanities Council.
Cox also worked as interim director at Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth, Mass., and has served as an adviser to such organizations as Connecticut Public Broadcasting, Aid to Artisans, and the Mashantucket Pequot Museum.
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Donald Dubois is taking over the helm at Brunswick Corp.’s Princecraft Boats, as president Marcel Dubois (no relation) retires after more than 25 years with the Canadian boatbuilder.
Donald Dubois brings more than 10 years experience with General Electric’s Canadian subsidiary, where he was most recently vice president of sales. A native of Quebec City, Dubois has an MBA from Laval University there.
He had assumed operating responsibilities for Princecraft during the last few months.
“Donald has increasingly taken on more responsibilities, has gotten to know our dealers, and has embraced Princecraft’s principles of operation,” said Jeffrey Kinsey, president of Brunswick’s Freshwater Group, in a statement.