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Gulf Craft appoints new CEO

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Gregory Yeakle has taken the helm of Gulf Craft as newly appointed CEO of the United Arab Emirates-based builder of luxury yachts from 27 to 155 feet. He succeeds Erwin Bamps, who held the position for four years and is now adviser to the board for international matters, according to a company press release.

CEO Gregory Yeakle

Yeakle previously worked with Informix, Alexander Proudfoot Co. and Invensys. Before joining Gulf Craft, he was the head of operations for Cornerstone Management Consulting, where he worked with the Gulf Craft group.

“As a lifelong boating enthusiast, I am delighted to have the opportunity lead Gulf Craft into the next phase of its global expansion,” Yeakle stated.

For more information, visit gulfcraftinc.com.

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