Sunseeker names new chief technology officer

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Andrea Fabretti joined Sunseeker International as chief technical officer. He joins the company Jan. 28 and replaces John Braithwaite, who retired last June.

Fabretti brings more than 25 years of experience to the position, having worked with Ferretti Group across the company’s brands. He oversaw the development of yachts from concept to production and led a team of 200 people. His most recent position was CEO for Diesel Center SPA, a supplier of propulsion and other systems.

“We are absolutely delighted to welcome Andrea to Sunseeker,” Christian Marti, CEO at Sunseeker, said in a statement. “He has an impressive track record and many proven successes in product strategy and product development that will benefit our brand. Andrea joins us at an exciting time as we step up our product development plans, and I am certain he will be a great asset to our team.”

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