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MarineMax Ocean Alexander announces personnel move

MarineMax Ocean Alexander of Florida said Michael Tyrrell has joined its staff at Pier 66 Marina in Fort Lauderdale.
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MarineMax Ocean Alexander of Florida said Michael Tyrrell joined its staff at Pier 66 Marina in Fort Lauderdale.

The company said Tyrrell is a veteran of the yachting community with 29 years of yacht sales experience. He began his career at Allied Marine-Hatteras and later formed a partnership with Dwight Tracy and Friends.

“I am excited to join the crew at MarineMax Ocean Alexander,” Tyrrell said in a statement. “With the depth of experience and knowledge of the existing consultants at the Ocean Alexander location, it is like playing on an all-star team. I am especially looking forward to acquainting new and existing clients with the very best in quality yachts and services that MarineMax Ocean Alexander represents.”

Tyrrell is married to the wildlife artist Melodie Tyrrell and loves to hunt and fish with his son Nick. He also coached Nick’s youth league teams in soccer, baseball and football for more than a decade.

“Michael’s experience, knowledge and insight into the Fort Lauderdale yacht market, combined with his excellent salesmanship, makes Michael the ideal consultant to help find the Ocean Alexander yacht of your dreams,” said Kevin McCarthy, MarineMax Ocean Alexander sales vice president. “His passion for the yachting lifestyle and his devotion to family enable him to communicate the benefits of owning the luxury that Ocean Alexander delivers.”

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