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Sealegs appointed Scott Dyer sales manager of the North American team.

He began his career in the marine industry at Hinckley Yachts in its electronics division and was later promoted to jet boat service manager. He then became the East Coast manager for Protector Boats.

"I'm thrilled to have Scott Dyer join Sealegs North America as we ramp up for what proves to be a very promising year in 2011," CEO David McKee Wright said in a statement. "We plan to utilitze Scott's extensive background in the luxury and high-performance boating markets to expand our sales in New England, Puget Sound, Great Lakes, Florida and the Caribbean."

Sealegs is based in Auckland, New Zealand.

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Miami lawyer Michael Moore, founder of the Miami-based law firm Moore & Co. P.A., was re-elected to a second term as chairman of the board of The International SeaKeepers Society.

Moore, a former executive partner and director at Holland & Knight, has practiced maritime and aviation law for more than 30 years. He has received numerous awards, is included in "Who's Who in American Law" and has been recognized in Florida Super Lawyers Magazine and Florida Trend's "Florida Legal Elite."

The International SeaKeepers Society was founded in 1998 in Monaco by a group of yacht owners who were concerned about the deteriorating condition of the seas. It is devoted to protecting the world's oceans through water and atmospheric monitoring systems mounted on its members' luxury yachts and other vessels and platforms.

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