Stuart Yacht Sales opens second Florida office

Author:
Publish date:
Social count:
0

Stuart Yacht Sales announced the opening of a second staffed brokerage office in Stuart, Fla.

The new office is across from Martin County’s Sunset Bay Marina at 602 SW Anchorage Way and will be open seven days a week.

“This represents a great opportunity for us, as the Sunset Bay Marina is 198 slips and 69 moorings,” Stuart Yacht Sales owner and president Bill Watson said in a statement. “We look forward to doing significant marina brokerage business through our philosophy of integrity and exceptional customer service. We cultivate trusted adviser relationships with our many satisfied customers, which brings us repeat business.”

Newest addition Andy Andreoli will be staffing the office, along with Andy Lowe, who will be moving in from the Port Salerno office.

The new facility includes eight boat slips, with one of them offering a 12,000-pound lift. They can accommodate boats up to 50 feet with a draft of as much as 5 feet. The company said the slips available for brokerage boats will increase to a total of 20 among the Manatee Pocket dockage in Port Salerno, Stuart Yacht Harbour at St. Lucie River South Fork and the new Sunset Bay Marina location.

Click here for the full release.

Related

American Sailing Association reaches milestone

The American Sailing Association recently certified its half-millionth sailor. Since the association was founded in 1983, its affiliated schools and instructors have taught and certified more than 507,000 people to ASA’s 101 Keelboat Sailing standard.

First set of tariffs on aluminum sheet announced

The U.S. Commerce Department announced the countervailing tariff amounts on aluminum sheet from China, with varying amounts imposed on different Chinese suppliers that are scheduled to take effect within two to five business days.