Galati Yacht Sales announces CPYB designations

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(from left) Chris Hirshberg, Jay Dee Jackson, Nick Galati, and Rickard Charleson

(from left) Chris Hirshberg, Jay Dee Jackson, Nick Galati, and Rickard Charleson

Galati Yacht sales announced that Jay Dee Jackson, Chris Hirshberg, Rickard Charleson and Nick Galati have passed their exams to become Certified Professional Yacht Brokers.

The CPYB program is an industry standard for yacht sales professionals designed to give boat sellers and buyers a sense of confidence and trust.

To be certified, these brokers have to successfully pass a three-hour exam covering topics including laws and regulations, technical information and broker responsibility.

Currently, about 10 percent of yacht broker association members are CPYB-certified across North America, according to the company

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