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MYBA chair re-elected

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Northrop & Johnson Charter Director Fiona Maureso has been re-elected to a second term as president of the Mediterranean Yacht Brokers Association (MYBA). Her mission is two-fold, according to a news announcement: First is to reach out to the next generation of yachting professionals and safeguard MYBA’s standard of ethics and professionalism going forward; and second is to work more closely with other industry organizations to ensure that yachting remains safe and enjoyable for clients.
MYBA’s first president was Kees Van Vliet, then-president of Northrop & Johnson’s office in Cannes.

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