Unlimited Marine Services adds sales director

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Fort Lauderdale-based Unlimited Marine Services, a full-service marine technology company, recruited Chris Guldi as director of sales.

Guldi will be running the sales department, responsible for business development for the megayacht division, the company said in a statement.

The company said Guldi has extensive sales and new business development experience, having run his own real estate business in Maryland. His passion and main hobby has always been the yachting industry, and he has an electronic and technical background.

“I am very excited about Chris joining our team,” Unlimited Marine Services president James Porreca said. “He has excellent all-round experience to help expand my business. Although he has not been in the yachting industry before, I know that his technical knowledge, together with his great personality and charisma, he is going to be well received by the captains and clients alike.”

Unlimited Marine Services, as an ‘out-of-the-box’ specialist marine electronics provider, was the perfect fit for my aspirations and enables me to move from my weekend recreational pursuits into daily business activities,” Guldi said.

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