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Chef and brokers inducted in hall of fame


The Charter Yacht Brokers Association inducted a yacht chef and three charter brokers into the Charter Yacht Hall of Fame during the show.

Chef Selwyn James was inducted after decades of service as a charter yacht chef. A scholarship is being donated by past yacht owners in his name.

Charter experts Ed and Barbara Hamilton were recognized for their years of charter experience from Tortola to Maine, their impact on all aspects of chartering and for their CDI Guide that was used as a directory before the Internet.

Broker Joyce MacMullen, a lifetime member of CYBA, was recognized for starting A Windward Mark charter brokerage in Camden, Maine.

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