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HMY enters charter segment

Bob Saxon will head up HMY’s charter division

Bob Saxon will head up HMY’s charter division

HMY Yacht Sales named Bob Saxon as vice president of HMY’s yacht management, crew placement, and yacht charter division.

Saxon will spearhead HMY’s efforts in the full spectrum of yacht charter.

“Bob’s expertise in the yacht charter industry is unparalleled,” said HMY president Steve Moynihan in a statement. “He has over 40 years of experience and has served as executive director of the Florida Yacht Brokers Association and president of the International Yacht Brokers Association. He has been the dominant force in the yacht charter arena, and we are thrilled to have him aboard.”

“HMY Yachts is a true powerhouse,” said Saxon. “It’s clear that HMY understands the pivotal role that yacht charter can play in introducing the customer to the yachting lifestyle and potential ownership. I am honored to have the opportunity to work with the HMY team to create a yacht charter experience for global clientele.”

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