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Changing Places

Grand Banks Northwest added certified professional yacht broker Harry Walp to its team.

Walp will be based at Grand Banks Northwest’s offices at Salmon Bay Marine Center in Seattle.

He brings more than two decades of marine sales experience to his new role. He joins Grand Banks Northwest after seven years with Lake Union Sea Ray.

“Harry’s extensive experience with a wide variety of brands will further round out our team’s capacity to serve our diverse brokerage clientele. He has a natural rapport with boaters and really does his homework to match the right boat to the right client. His approach to customer service will really benefit both new and brokerage boat buyers,” general manager Tucker West said in a statement.

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