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Longtime R.I. marina GM retires

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Michael Keyworth, general manager and vice president of Brewer Cove Haven Marina in Barrington, R.I., will retire in January after 30 years at the help. He and his wife, Nancy, will return to sailing and living aboard Chasseur.

Brewer has promoted Assistant Manager Patrick Peck to GM. He has been with Brewer for 25 years at the Barrington location. Chris Ringdahl, who has worked with Keyworth for the last 4 years on the service side, will take over as Assistant Manager.

In addition to 348 slips in the marina, a pool, showers, free WiFi and other amenities, Brewer Cove Haven has indoor and outdoor storage, full-service capabilities including a 60-ton and 150-ton boat-lift, heated indoor service shops, and paint shop.

Brewer Yacht Yard Group is the parent company of 24 Brewer marinas between Maryland and Maine. For more information, visit www.byy.com.

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