Technician receives ABYC certification

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Jon Morris recently completed his American Boat & Yacht Council certification training to become Deltaville Boatyard's sixth ABYC Master Certified Technician.

The ABYC Master Technician designation is for ABYC-certified technicians who have successfully passed at least three of ABYC's certification exams.

"We believe that enrolling our marine technicians in ABYC's training programs will help increase the quality of our customer's boating experience," said Matt Holloway, vice president of operations for Virginia-based Deltaville Boatyard, in a statement.

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