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Dockside, IGY reach provider deal

Dockside Management signed an agreement with Island Global Yachting to be a "preferred provider" at IGY's marinas in St. Maarten, The Yacht Club at Isle de Sol and Simpson Bay Marina.

Based on St. Maarten, Dockside Management provides vessels with a variety of services from banking, clearance, visa assistance, courier/freight, provisioning, and parts and repair.

"We are thrilled to enter into a formal agreement with IGY as they are the leading marina operator in the region and we have extensive knowledge of their product since we have been working with them for several years," said Lila Rosen and Kass Johnson, owners of Dockside Management, in a statement.

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