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Churchill Yacht Partners joins superyacht group

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Churchill Yacht Partners announced its acceptance into MYBA Worldwide Yachting Association.

The association is an internationally renowned professional organization, founded in 1984, whose members are involved at all levels in the superyacht industry. New members are only accepted with a proven track record of professional excellence in the yachting industry.

Churchill was formed in 2004 to provide comprehensive yacht brokerage, charter and charter management services to clients worldwide.

Since it purchased the charter company Rikki Davis Yachts in 2005, Churchill has continued to expand its charter yacht management and retail booking divisions and currently dedicates its entire focus within the luxury yacht charter and charter management industry, the company said.

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