MarineMax Vacations appoints logistics and operations manager

MarineMax Vacations named Harry Mountain as logistics and operations manager.
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MarineMax Vacations named Harry Mountain as logistics and operations manager, overseeing the company’s charter base on Tortola in the British Virgin Islands.

“Harry is stepping into this role with the experience and success to further our position as the fastest growing and premier power charter company in the BVI,” MarineMax Vacations president Lex Raas said in a statement.

Mountain will also manage all aspects of the Aquila Yachts delivery program to new Aquila owners. Aquila power catamarans are distributed in the United States solely by MarineMax and are exclusively featured in MarineMax Vacations’ charter fleet.

Over the course of his career, Mountain has managed 21 charter base locations in 13 countries. Most recently, he served as regional operations director for the Caribbean and exotics at TUI Marine.

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