Lauderdale companies form yacht-service alliance

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Hill Robinson International, Neptune Group Yachting and Bradford Marine announced the creation of Comprehensive Yacht Services - an alliance of the three yacht service companies - for yacht owners, captains and crew.

Hill Robinson is a yacht management company that offers safety and security management, operational support, financial administration and crew recruitment; Neptune Group Yachting is a full-service yacht charter company with more than 75 collective years of expertise; and Bradford Marine has provided service and repairs for more than 45 years. Its Bradford Marine Yacht Sales subsidiary provides professional yacht brokerage services, according to the company.

The companies said that their capabilities are enhanced by working together.

"We are pleased to offer this distinctive option for those clients that would prefer to have their complete yacht ownership needs conveniently consolidated,” Bradford Marine president Paul Engle said in a statement. “Comprehensive Yacht Services is a unique alternative to simplify the complexities of yacht ownership for owners, captains and crew."

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