International Registries moves to new location in Ft. Lauderdale

Jun 1, 2016 by Lucy Chabot Reed

International Registries, the flag state for the Marshall Islands, moved its offices to a new location in Ft. Lauderdale last week. (May 25). Now in the Portside Shopping Center on the southwest foot of the 17th Street Causeway Bridge, IRI is a full-service office complete with a ship inspector and seafarer department. More than 100 captains, crew and industry helped the company break in the new space, including several of the company’s principals who flew down from the home office in Reston, Va. 

From left, Vice President of Manning and Training Capt. John Hafner, Business Development Manager for the yachts division Ionna Hernandez, Managing Partner F.A. “Tony” Guida (sitting), Managing Partner/President William Gallagher, and General Manager Diego Ramirez. PHOTO/LUCY REED

From left, Vice President of Manning and Training Capt. John Hafner, Business Development Manager for the yachts division Ionna Hernandez, Managing Partner F.A. “Tony” Guida (sitting), Managing Partner/President William Gallagher, and General Manager Diego Ramirez. PHOTOS/LUCY REED

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