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Alliance Marine Group joins United Yacht Sales

The Alliance Marine Group, a yacht brokerage and management firm in the Chesapeake Bay area since 2005, has joined United Yacht Sales. The new division will be called United Yacht Sales — Alliance Marine Division.

“We’re very excited to have Jeff Beane and the entire Alliance Marine Group join United,” Peter Schmidt, owner of United Yacht Sales, said in a statement. “We already have a strong presence in the Northeast and the addition of Jeff and team will only help us grow. Since January of this year, United has brought on 32 new brokers including Alliance Marine Group, which is a testament to the platform we have created for yacht brokers to be successful.”

Beane, the owner of Alliance Marine Group, said his company joined United to offer its clients a higher level of customer service. “The support team is excellent whether it’s helping to get our listings up or close on a yacht,” he said the statement. “Combine that with the marketing strength of United and the network of other brokers and it creates quite an offering to our customers. We’re excited to be part of the team.”


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