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Brewer Yacht Sales adds Cape Cod office

Brewer Yacht Sales is opening a new location called Brewer Yacht Sales Cape Cod.

The new office will open May 1 in North Falmouth, Mass.

“The new location in North Falmouth, Massachusetts, will enable us to better service our customers throughout Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket,” vice president and general manager David Pugsley said in a statement. “The Cape was always an area of interest to Brewer Yacht Sales. However, as with all our offices, it required the correct staffing. I’m pleased to say Brian Dooley is the perfect yacht broker to head up Brewer Yacht Sales’ Cape Cod office.”

Dooley works in Brewer’s corporate location in Westbrook, Conn. He will relocate immediately after the brokerage company’s Spring In-Water Used Boat Show on April 28-29 at Brewer Pilots Point Marina & Brewer Greenwich Bay.

The Brewer Cape Cod sales office will be the company’s 12th sales office.

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