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HMY Yacht Sales announces personnel move

HMY Yacht Sales said it has hired industry veteran Steve Gale.

The Florida-based company said Gale has 40 years of experience in areas that include marine manufacturing, yacht customization, and service and sales at two major yacht retailers.

“We are thrilled to have Steve Gale join our team,” HMY Yacht Sales president Stephen Moynihan said in a statement. “He has been a leader and an integral part of the success of his sales teams, selling yachts 50 to 120 feet in the most competitive market in the world. Steve will be a great asset to HMY and our customers.”

The company said Gale will help lead its sales force at multiple South Florida locations, including HMY at Harbour Town Marina in Dania Beach and HMY at Miami Beach Marina.

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