Back Cove Yachts names national sales manager

Back Cove Yachts said it appointed Jamie Bloomquist as national sales manager.
Jamie Bloomquist

Jamie Bloomquist

Back Cove Yachts said it appointed Jamie Bloomquist as national sales manager.

Back Cove, of Rockland, Maine, said Bloomquist has more than 25 years of experience in sales, marketing and business development. He has worked as a professional photographer, founded two technology companies and was the co-creator and president of USHarbors, delivering tide charts and marine weather for more than 1,200 harbors nationwide.

Bloomquist grew up boating on Chautauqua Lake in New York, but has spent the last 15 years living in Camden, Maine, boating on Lake Megunticook and Penobscot Bay with his wife and two children.

A builder of Down East-style boats, Back Cove Yachts is the sister company of Sabre Yachts, which is based in Casco, Maine.


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