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Hill Robinson International, Neptune Group Yachting, and Bradford Marine announced Comprehensive Yacht Services for yacht owners, captains and crew.

The alliance between the three yacht service companies will enhance each company’s capabilities for management, chartering, sales, and maintenance requirements.

“We are pleased to offer this distinctive option for those clients that would prefer to have their complete yacht ownership needs conveniently consolidated,” said Paul Engle Bradford Marine president. “Comprehensive Yacht Services is a unique alternative to simplify the complexities of yacht ownership for owners, captains, and crew.”

For further information, contact: Michael Reardon, +1 954-792-6112 or michael@hillrobinson.com; DJ Parker +1 954-524-7978 or djparker@ngyi.com; Paul Engle, +1 954-791-3800 or paul@bradford-marine.com.

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