Changing Places

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Donna Lockhart was named regional director for Barton and Gray Mariners Club, which bills itself as the world's first luxury dayboating club.

Lockhart will oversee Florida's Palm Beach and Jupiter markets as well as the newly introduced Key Largo market. She will be responsible for marketing BGMC to potential members in the South Florida market as well as developing partnerships, initiating PR efforts and forging new sales channels. Lockhart will draw upon 20 years of sales and marketing experience to acquire new club members and support the quality of experience for current members.

BGMC is now in the process of moving their Hinckley Picnic boats to Florida for the winter season. Fleets are operated in Nantucket, R.I.; Newport, R.I.; Greenwich, Conn.; Naples, Fla.; Palm Beach, Fla.; and Jupiter, Fla. Membership is available on three levels, allowing member to personalize the yachting experience to their lifestyles.

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