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Fleet Miami appoints marketing director



Florida Fleet Miami appointed Kathy Kennedy as director of marketing. Kennedy most recently served as executive vice president of Moore Stephens Isle of Man, and also worked with Ferretti Group and Derecktor Shipyards during the build of the 85.6m M/Y Cakewalk.

“Not only is Kathy well known in the industry, she brings with her a wealth of marketing experience and knowledge of the meticulous requirements of Fleet Miami members and partners,” said Capt. Glen Allen, Fleet Miami’s fleet captain. “We are looking forward to working with her during this exciting time for our organization.”

Fleet Miami is a membership club that offers use of yachts from 36-154 feet. It officially launched in February.

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