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Wellington Yacht Partners opens Maine office

Wellington Yacht Partners announced the opening of a new satellite office at Handy Boat in Falmouth, Maine.

Rhode Island and Fort Lauderdale-based Wellington Yacht Partners announced the opening of a new satellite office at Handy Boat in Falmouth, Maine.

Headed by Wellington Yachts partner Bob Marston, the new location offers yacht brokerage, charter and new build consulting services.

Located in Casco Bay, Handy Boat has been building, repairing, maintaining and storing boats since 1934, the company said.

Formed in 2008 by marine industry veterans, Wellington Yacht Partners now employs 10 brokers.

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