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Yacht Record LLC names Samuel Abraham as its vice president of sales and marketing.

Yacht information management company Yacht Record LLC of Birmingham, Ala., appointed Samuel Abraham as its vice president of sales and marketing.

Yacht Record organizes yacht information such as manuals, logs, inventory, photos, drawings and schematics into a user-friendly indexing system that can be accessed from anywhere via the Internet. The company will introduce its service to the industry June 24 at the American Superyacht Forum in Newport, R.I.

Abraham has more than 20 years experience in custom and product yacht construction, management, sales and marketing. He began his marine industry career as a broker with Luke Brown and Associates and since has served in a variety of yacht production, management and marketing positions with leading yacht brokers, including Fraser Yachts and Merle Wood & Associates.

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