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East Coast Yacht Sales adds Maine office

East Coast Yacht Sales said it opened a brokerage office at the Front Street Shipyard in Belfast, Maine.

East Coast Yacht Sales said it opened a brokerage office at the Front Street Shipyard in Belfast, Maine.

The office is the sixth for the business, which said the move will bolster its presence in mid-Coast Maine while supporting the shipyard’s diverse client base.

"We are excited to be connected with a world-class yard that will bring additional value and benefit to our customers,” East Coast Yacht Sales owner John Knowles said in a statement.

“With 25 years of professional collaboration, there is a great deal of mutual trust and respect between JB Turner and me. That will be important as we assist each other's customers. East Coast Yacht Sales is pleased by the opportunity to work with Front Street Shipyard in delivering our customer-first approach to yacht sales."

"Our team and our customers at Front Street Shipyard are all looking forward to welcoming East Coast Yacht Sales to the Belfast waterfront," Front Street Shipyard JB Turner said.

"The brokers at East Coast Yacht Sales are knowledgeable boaters who are committed to helping people spend more quality time on the water. That's a commitment we at Front Street Shipyard share with them."

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