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Marcali Yacht launches security division


Marcali Yacht brokerage and consulting announced the formation a yacht security division with a team with more than 29 years of safety and security skills.

“Confidentiality is one of our largest responsibilities to the client,” said Marc Harris, CEO of Marcali Yacht, “Our security applications are unique and exclusive to each vessel and individual yacht owner.”

For more information contact Marc Harris at or call +1 239-275-3600.

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