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New harbormaster at Camachee Cove


Lisa Duncan is the new harbormaster at Camachee Cove Yacht Harbor in St. Augustine, Fla.

A native of St. Augustine, Duncan worked first in the marina industry at Turnberry Isle Marina in Miami and was later dockmaster at Pier 66 Marina in Ft. Lauderdale.

Before joining the recreational boating industry, she served for four years with the U.S. Coast Guard. She worked at CCYH for a few years beginning in 2008 and recently returned as office manager. Longtime CCYH Harbormaster Tom Huston recently relocated and Duncan was promoted to fill that role.

CCYH is managed by Westrec.

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