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S&J Yachts expands to Florida

S&J Yacht Sales, with offices in Annapolis and Rock Hall, Md., Deltaville, Va., and Charleston, S.C., is opening its first Florida office in Palmetto.

The new office is next to Regatta Pointe Marina, one of the largest marinas in West Florida.

Located just south of the metro Tampa Bay area and situated on Florida's Gulf Coast, the new office will represent several new boat brands and feature access to S&J's extensive brokerage listings. Managing the new office is long time industry veteran Bill Bolin, who spent 29 years at Island Packet Yachts as the company’s vice president of sales and marketing.

Bolin specializes in new boat builds, project management and helping preowned boat buyers find the boat to fit their sailing lifestyle, according to the company.

S&J Yachts represents Island Packet, Discovery, Southerly, Blue Water Catamarans, Delphia power and sailboats, and Seaward Yachts.

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