Pocket Yacht Opens in N.C.

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Pocket Yacht Co. opened its third location on the East Coast in New Bern, N.C., joining brokerage centers in Grasonville, Md., and Jensen Beach, Fla.

Founded in 2011 by father and son Mark and Tony Schulstad, Pocket Yacht has grown into the top Cutwater and Ranger Tugs dealership.

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“Our strong team in the Carolinas will be led by Bryan Harris,” said managing director/owner Mark Schulstad in a statement. “His talents, expertise and strong family ties to the area will uniquely serve the demand of customers traveling the Carolinas, Intracoastal Waterway and beyond.”

Harris has an extensive background in the marine industry as a delivery captain and diesel mechanic.


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