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Brokerage firm opens Miami Beach office

26 North Yachts will add to its sales team with the addition of the new location.

26 North Yachts will add to its sales team with the addition of the new location.

Brokerage firm 26 North Yachts on Aug. 1 will open a new office at Bentley Bay Marina in Miami Beach, expanding its presence in the South Florida yacht sales and charter markets.

“While we have always worked with Miami and Miami Beach-based clients and brokers, our new physical presence will enable us to achieve an even higher level of performance and client satisfaction,” Mike Carlson, co-founder of 26 North Yachts, said in a statement.

The company plans to hire up to six additional brokers over the next year for the new office, which features work spaces, a sales floor, a reception area and a VIP client lounge. Adjacent to the sales office is an 18-slip marina, allowing brokers to show boats to clients and offer them premium dockage.



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