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Hill Robinson opens offices in Monaco

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Hill Robinson has opened two offices in the center of the port of Monaco. The offices will cover a range of yacht management services, as well as support for sales and charter.

“Monaco is the best place for the interaction between yachting professionals and high net-worth clients in a positive business environment, so it’s a welcome step for us,” founding partner Nick Hill said in a statement.

From the head office on Quai Antoine 1er in Monte Carlo, the directors have a view of the port’s comings and goings. The second office, in the well-known Panorama building off Rue Grimaldi, will be used for seminars, conferences and larger meetings, and has already been put to use for the company’s crew training days.

The Hill Robinson Monaco team. Photo by Stéphane Danna/Realis

“It was an obvious strategic decision to open an office in Monaco and has been very popular with our clients,” founding partner Niall Robinson said. “The move has already been a clear success, with several yachts joining the fleet as a direct result.”

The company has expanded over the past several years to include offices in the U.S., the Isle of Man and Cyprus. For more information, visit www.hillrobinson.com.

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