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Bluewater promotes COO

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Antibes-based Bluewater has promoted Sarah Corn to the newly created position of chief operations officer (COO), giving her full responsibility of all training and crew department operations, including logistics and profitability.

“We have now grown to the point where we need a specialist manager to take control of day-to-day operations,” said John Wyborn, director of Bluewater. “This will free the directors of Bluewater to focus on their vision of making the crew and training department a significant player not only in the superyacht industry but in the wider field of commercial shipping.”

 

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