The Triton

Boats and Brokers

Littlejohn joins Northrop & Johnson

ADVERTISEMENT

After 15 years with Merle Wood & Associates, broker Cromwell Littlejohn has joined the Ft. Lauderdale sales office of Northrop & Johnson.

Born and raised in Florida, Littlejohn worked as crew on the America’s Cup committee boat M/Y Black Knight and also captained a large motoryacht, cruising and chartering throughout the Bahamas, U.S. East Coast and the Great Lakes.

Littlejohn has also served on the board of directors of the Florida Yacht Brokers Association for 11 years, including a two-year stint as president, and he sits on the board of the American Yacht Charter Association.

About Lucy Chabot Reed

Lucy Chabot Reed is publisher and founding editor of The Triton.

View all posts by Lucy Chabot Reed →

Related Articles

Captain takes a moment to look ahead

Captain takes a moment to look ahead

Capt. Frank Ficken has waited out the quarantine in Newport this spring with his crew aboard S/Y Latitude, and reports in that things are starting to look up.  “Everyone seems more hopeful, at …

Rules of the Road: Under MLC, crew have right to a complaint procedure

Rules of the Road: Under MLC, crew have right to a complaint procedure

Rules of the Road: by Capt. Jake Desvergers The Maritime Labor Convention (MLC) provides seafarers with an extensive right of complaint. Seafarers are entitled to complain about any violation …

From the Bridge: Yacht accidents leave a mark on captains’ careers

From the Bridge: Yacht accidents leave a mark on captains’ careers

By Dorie Cox Yacht captains often are fired after the yacht they run is involved in a crash, fire or sinking. At this month's Triton From the Bridge luncheon, we asked what kind of mark an …

Volvo Penta acquires Seven Marine

Volvo Penta acquires Seven Marine

Volvo Penta has signed an agreement to become the major owner of outboard motor manufacturer Seven Marine. Seven Marine, based in Milwaukee and founded in 2010, produces luxury performance gasoline …

Excess sodium, a hidden culprit

Excess sodium, a hidden culprit

Salt recently made the news when the U.S.’s National Restaurant Association (NRA) took on New York over the city Board of Health decision to require restaurant chains with 15 units or more to place …

Triton networks with Neptune Group Yachting

Triton networks with Neptune Group Yachting

The threat of Hurricane Dorian pushed The Triton’s regular first-Wednesday-of-the-month networking event back one week. Nonetheless, more than 220 yacht captains, crew and industry professionals …

Comments