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Bob Roscioli receives Golden Anchor award

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On June 4 the Marine Industries Association of South Florida (MIASF) recognized Bob Roscioli with the Golden Anchor award for a lifetime of achievements working in the marine industry.

Bob Roscioli started his career in the marine industry as an apprentice in 1962. Within a year’s time he began to develop the painting technique that would launch his world-renowned marine companies, Donzi by Roscioli International, Inc. and the Roscioli Yachting Center, Inc. Today he applies his vast experience, technical knowledge, and unparalleled standard of excellence into all facets of custom yacht building and yacht maintenance. Bob sets the benchmark for quality. He personally checks each project, step-by-step, to ensure that only the highest standard of quality and craftsmanship is maintained or surpassed.
The entire Roscioli family works together at the Roscioli Yachting Center. Mrs. Roscioli works side-by-side with Bob Roscioli as well as their children, Heather and Robert Jr. The tradition continues on and the legacy prevails.

According to the MIASF, Bob is a proponent of workforce development and has taken a leading role in partnerships with Broward College and Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance. “Bob has made a life from the marine industry and along the was he has left a legacy he can be proud of and the marine industry is grateful for.”

Bob Roscioli was awarded the Golden Anchor Award by MIASF on June 4. (PHOTO/J. Christopher)

Bob Roscioli was awarded the Golden Anchor Award by MIASF on June 4.
(PHOTO/J. Christopher)

 

 

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  1. Rick Rahm

    I met Bob Roscioli 30 years ago when I began working for my father on an 80 foot Burger called Big Dipper. The boat was docked at his marina on the New River. That’s when I began my training as a yacht captain. Working with my father and the people Bob had at the yard I was educated on how to maintain a yacht properly. Bob was always available and had ready advice for any project we had going. I learned a lot from my Dad, Bob and his employees. That experience gave me a great foundation for a career as a Captain. Thank you Bob for taking the interest and time teaching me the right way. Best Capt Rick Rahm

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