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Denison Yacht Sales, a full-service yacht brokerage and charter firm with locations in Fort Lauderdale and Marina del Rey, Calif., added Ned Bruck to the Fort Lauderdale office as a broker.

Bruck has extensive experience in yacht sales, most recently with Reel Deal Yachts in Miami Beach. Prior to that, he was with Allied Marine in Fort Lauderdale. He started his career selling boats on the Hudson River in New York about 25 years ago, and now specializes in sportfisher and motoryacht sales in the 50- to 150-foot range.

"Ned adds valuable experience and depth to our team," said Bob Denison, president of Denison Yacht Sales, in a statement. "He has a keen understanding of the industry, a fine reputation and he's tuned in to the customer base that is our target market. He's also been through the up and down cycles of our industry and brings a valuable perspective from that standpoint."

Bruck earned his business degree from the University of Tampa, and has completed professional development programs at Tiara, Bertram, Ferretti and YachtWorld.

He is a member of the Florida Yacht Brokers Association.

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