Connecticut broker opens Rhode Island location

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Steve Arnold will head up the new Southpaw office in the Point View Marina.

Steve Arnold will head up the new Southpaw office in the Point View Marina.

Southpaw Yacht Sales said it has opened a new location at Point View Marina in Point Judith Harbor, Rhode Island. The Greenwich, Connecticut-based brokerage firm said that it is partnering with Steve Arnold, who will manage the location.

Arnold has 15 years of marine industry experience, including most recently being general manager of MarineMax RI. He has been an active member of the Rhode Island Marine Trades Association and has helped build growing sales organizations during this career. A statement said Arnold has sold and delivered “well over 1,000 boats” in his career.


“We are pleased to have Steve on board the Southpaw team,” said Magnus Lejdstrom, Southpaw owner, in the statement. “We've had a desire to expand to meet market demands for our services but have been holding out for what we see as an excellent partner in a new location. Steve's industry experience, reputation and integrity make him a great fit for us.”


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