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MYS17: Fraser honors yacht captains, crew at Monaco Yacht Show

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Capt. Paul McWilliams of M/Y Latiko was awarded Fraser’s Charter Captain of the Year on Thursday night at the brokerage firm’s annual awards dinner in Monaco.

The honor comes with several prizes, including a Marine Chronometer Manufacture watch by Ulysse Nardin, an electric foldable UJET scooter (which are due to debut in January), a drone, and a magnum of Mirabeau Pure rosé.

Capt. McWilliams

Capt. Scott Barsin and the crew of M/Y Lady Sara were honored for Best Charter Crew on yachts over 50m.

Capt. Massimiliano D’Arliano and the crew of M/Y Lady Dia were chosen Best Charter Crew on vessels under 50m.

The honored charter crews received their choice of a 1,000 euro training voucher or a Big Boys Toys Experience day, a hamper of beauty products, a set of backpacks from GMT and a magnum of Mirabeau Pure rosé.

Capt. Massimiliano D’Arliano of M/Y Lady Dia and his crew celebrate their honor. Photo by Christian Roy

This was the 17th edition of the Fraser Captains’ Dinner and took place at the Monaco Yacht Club with more than 400 guests. The dinner is held each year to thank the charter captains and crew who work so hard for their guests throughout the year, according to a statement from Fraser.

Capt. Scott Barsin, left, and his crew of M/Y Lady Sara celebrate their honor. Photo by Christian Roy

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