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Yacht transport manager retires after 25 years

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Jeff Last, VIP sales manager of Fort Lauderdale-based DYT Yacht Transport, is retiring this summer. He has managed the company’s 17th Street office since 1992.

Last is credited with cultivating what is now the industry standard for seasonal yacht shipments to and from the Mediterranean and Caribbean, including dedicated event schedules, voyage insurance and riders accompanying yachts.

Gina Last, the company’s general manager of sales, will assume the role of VIP sales manager.

Jeff Last, VIP sales manager of Fort Lauderdale-based DYT Yacht Transport

DYT Yacht Transport, formerly Dockwise Yacht Transport, specializes in the transport of luxury yachts using semi-submersible dock bays. For more information, visit www.yacht-transport.com.

 

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