Changing Places

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Bradford Marine Yacht Sales announced that Whit Kirtland joined the sales team as a broker.

For the last 28 years, Kirtland has brokered yachts of all types and sizes and has represented builders in the marketing and sale of new yachts.

Kirtland is on the board of the Florida Yacht Brokers Association and the International Superyacht Society. He participates in the Marine Industries Association of South Florida and the National Yacht Brokers' Certification program, and served on the Certification Advisory Council of the Certified Professional Yacht Brokers' program.

Bradford Marine Yacht Sales is a subsidiary of Bradford Marine Inc.

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Autotether announces that Charlie Moore, "The Mad Fisherman," is the new face of the company.

The two parties will work together to promote Autotether wireless lanyard, which shuts off a boat's engine in the event that the operator falls into the water.

Consumers will begin to see Autotether on "Boat Charlie Moore" on ESPN2 and "Charlie Moore Outdoors" on NESN beginning next month.

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