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w/art: From left, Beverly Grant (Crew Solutions), Ann E. McHorney, Lynn Norris, and Bonnie Mims.

Select Yachts, a charter sales and marketing company, has moved its main office and corporate headquarters to Ft. Lauderdale, sharing an office with Beverly Grant and her placement agency, Crew Solutions.

Find the new office at 500 S.E. 17th St., Suite 322 (33316), just west of U.S. 1 on the south side of the street.

“When it comes to vacations, people love the Caribbean, but for getting things done we can’t beat the ease of the U.S.,” said Select Yachts Corporate Director Ann E McHorney. “As time moves on we find we have become more and more cyber. The reality is that we can be almost anywhere with good Internet access, but for cost and accessibility we just love South Florida.”

Stephan James, a crew member and dockmaster and attendant at various marinas, will manage the Select Yachts office in Sint Maarten this winter. Fleet Manager Marilyn Eckel remains in the Caribbean and is in charge of the sailing fleet. Charter veteran Bonnie Mims is now in charge of the motoryacht division.

For more information, visit www.selectyachts.com.

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