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DYT president resigns

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After a tenure of 11 years with Dockwise Yacht Transport (DYT) in Ft. Lauderdale, Clemens van der Werf has resigned as president to pursue other opportunities.

 

Ben van der Hoeven, who heads up the Dockwise Australia office in Perth, has taken over as president in Ft. Lauderdale until a permanent successor is chosen, the company said in a statement. He holds a degree in naval architecture from Delft University and is an avid sailor with four Atlantic crossings.

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