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Phuket adds refit specialist

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Asia Pacific Superyachts Phuket has hired Richard Rhodes as head of its new refit department.

He joins the yacht agency business with more than 36 years building and maintaining yachts up to 213 feet. He has been a marine surveyor since 2004, and his background covers vessel systems, plumbing, electrical runs, piping runs and mechanical installations.

APS can help yachts with all aspects of a visit, including vessel clearances, visas, dockage, provisions, and land excursions.

In other company news,  Asia Pacific Superyachts New Zealand has promoted Janice Lynch to the new position of yacht support manager. She will oversee the day-to-day support for the company’s client vessels.

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